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Understaffed & Overworked? Efficiency is the Name of the Game

Pediatric practices across the country are feeling overwhelmed as they try to keep up with the needs of patients and maintain normalcy in the workplace. We must innovate new ideas to help solve the myriad of crises we’re currently facing.

In this webinar recording, Dr. Sue Kressly, MD, FAAP and Dr. Dan Feiten, MD discuss new and innovative ways to improve practice efficiency, including:

  • Eliminate unnecessary phone calls
  • Use of technology to streamline patient interactions
  • Push information to all your patients to maximize impact
  • Adopt LEAN thinking while you redesign workflows

This webinar is a part of the always-free Pediatric Success Series – which is packed with tips and tricks for independent pediatric practices. Register for the webinar and gain instant access to all premium content, including our Practice Checklist for preparing for CPT changes

About The Speakers

Sue Kressly, MD, FAAP

With over 30 years of experience in clinical practice as an independent pediatrician, Dr. Sue Kressly currently serves as the Medical Director at Office Practicum. She is a HealthIT industry thought leader and involved in many national pediatric organizations that are helping pediatricians thrive.

Dan Feiten, MD, FAAP

Dr. Dan Feiten is a Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado HSC Dept. of Pediatrics who speaks nationally to physicians, health institutions and medical associations about strategies to optimize their online presence. He is a practicing pediatrician and partner at Greenwood Pediatrics and founded RemedyConnect, a leading provider of mobile-first websites, SEO/online findability, reputation management, patient education content and answering services for pediatricians. He is also a founder of PediaClinic, an innovative collaboration of 25 pediatric clinicians to provide affordable after-hours care.

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