Overcoming Burnout: Recharging, Reenergizing and Restoring Your Power
By Danna Beal, M.Ed.International Speaker
Author and Coach
Multiple studies and research continue to report an escalation of stress, high pressure, and burnout in the workplace. Burnout is generally described as a reaction to prolonged or chronic job stress and is described as physical and emotional exhaustion, cynicism, and feelings of reduced professional ability. Burnout is often characterized as a sense of hopelessness and/or helplessness due to seemingly unresolvable situations and problems. Read article
Practice Stability and Consistency are Vital to Success
By Thomas Ferkovic, R.Ph., MSMedic Management Group LLC
The most significant characteristic of a practice is its unique culture and history. Whether your practice consists of a solo practitioner, group, health system, it is important to remember that the practice attracted its patients based on the personalities and styles of its physicians and staff-known as your Brand. These attributes translate into a practice culture that must continue if the practice expects to retain its patients during times of change. Read article
Should You Be Texting Your Patients?
By Danielle DonovanParker | Smith | Feek
As technology advances, patients are becoming
increasingly active partners in their care. The boost in sales of personal mobile health devices that deliver instant results, such as Apple watches and Fit Bits, is just one example of this shift. Read article
Does California Really Need Another Medical School?
By Dr. J. Mario MolinaKGI School of Medicine
Keck Graduate Institute (KGI) is building a new medical school in southern California. You have to ask yourself, why? Do we really need another medical school in California? The answer is yes, we do, and Claremont is the perfect place to build one. Read article