If you think your employees are coming to work just to get paid, think again. John Baldoni, a world-renowned executive coach and leadership educator explained, “People want to come to work, understand their jobs, and know how their work contributes to the success of the organization.” Do your employees understand their roles and how their productivity improves their personal success and your pediatric practice’s as well? If not, it’s time to re-engage them.
Presented by Susan J. Kressly, MD, FAAP
Every fall, pediatric offices face the daunting task of delivering as many flu vaccines as possible to their patients. In order to protect their communities, we know this must be done in a timely fashion. With delivery of vaccine highly variable from season to season, and between VFC and private stock, how can a practice maximize their flu immunization rates in this challenging framework?
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Well visits are the cornerstone of every pediatric practice. They are essential to providing great care for your patients and ensuring financial success for your practice. Learn how to use people, processes, and technology to maximize your well visit rates.
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