Now that Millennials are a significant part of the health care market, they are making decisions about the type of care they and their families need. As a chiropractor, you have the opportunity to make a great impression on members of the Millennial generation who are looking for the right place to receive chiropractic care. In this article, we’ll look at five ways you can make your practice more attractive to Millennials so you can boost your practice and expand your patient base.
If you’re starting a new chiropractic office, you’ve probably wondered about how you’ll be handling the billing and health records. Any moment now, you’ll have patients coming in through that front door and they’ll need to have their information recorded and stored with you. From there, you’ll need policies and procedures that are fully compliant with all applicable regulations so that your office can quickly handle information requests and other needs for patient data.
In your work as a chiropractor, it takes more than just knowledge to be an effective doctor. Experience shows that the qualities and talents you have will be tested over and over again―you’ll have opportunities, face difficulties, and learn more about yourself and your patients. This is true about your EHR use, too. Having the right habits can help you make friends with your EHR system instead of feeling like it’s your enemy. So, what makes for a highly efficient DC? Here are seven habits and traits that can help you in your everyday use of EHR.
In January of 2018, SmartAsset shared results of research they conducted, the findings of which indicated that the average tax refund varies quite a bit depending on the state of residence. For instance, they found that Texas residents typically receive the highest return at roughly $3,133 and Maine residents generally receive the lowest at $2,302, with all of the other state’s average refund amounts falling somewhere in between. While a tax refund is simply monies that individuals and families overpaid to the government in the prior year, some consider their annual refunds as more of a bonus.
Keeping your practice’s finances strong is at least as important as managing your own personal finances properly. Remember, having a solid financial foundation as a practice helps you whenever you experience risks, changes in your patient load and any other unpredictable occurrences. It helps to ensure that your practice will be there for your patients even through economic challenges and health policy changes.nIn other words, knowing how to manage your practice finances is a key part of running a practice.