Chiro Biz Quiz | Do you currently offer rehabilitation services or physical therapy to patients in your practice but are unhappy with the return? Are you unsure about who can perform rehab services in your state? Is your practice in compliance with state and federal regulations? And how do rehab services integrate with a cash-based practice? If you are thinking about adding rehab to your clinic or are having problems making it profitable, this quiz just might have the answers to your questions.
Money Management | There’s no doubt that things are changing rapidly in the healthcare world. As costs continue to escalate beyond affordability, many chiropractors sit motionless in their offices like those on the Titanic, hoping everything will be OK. But your future success in the chiropractic market will be guided by the decisions you make today regarding the economic model of your practice. Unfortunately, for many chiropractors, this decision will be based on fear rather than strategy.
Wellness Approach |Every day in your practice, you’re certain to see people who need ongoing attention for their joints. For times between office visits, patients need a natural intervention that addresses the need for joint repair, pain reduction, and stopping inflammation. Conventional treatments center on stopping the pain—an important consideration to be sure, but it doesn’t get to the root of the problem. Plus, pharmaceutical responses can often bring about potentially dangerous side effects or have addictive properties.
Practice Central | Chiropractic management is as much of an art as it’s a science. Raise your game by observing two basic rules for organizing your team. Rule number one: You manage systems and you grow people. Rule number two: Culture always wins. Turnover in the chiropractic profession both in staff and associate doctors is a major topic anytime doctors of chiropractic get together. And when I’m teaching, the process of onboarding staff and doctors is one of the most frequently asked questions.
Practice Central | As you know firsthand, chiropractic schools offer little (if any) Personal Injury–specific training. This is true across all healthcare specialties and professions. This lack of training in clinical documentation, case management, and general procedures can become problematic, however, when dealing with Personal Injury (PI) patients. These issues can also become a problem for providers who have not kept up with current PI trends. With that in mind, here are five simple yet effective tips that can be implemented directly into your next PI case.