In terms of value, a 10-year lease for a professional office could easily be a commitment of half a million dollars. Yet doctors rarely give their lease more than a cursory read.
There comes a time in the life of every chiropractor when age has taken its toll and it is time to lay down the instruments, the activators and the tools for practice, pack the bags and move on. After many years of professional practice, many find this a difficult realization. Still, it must happen and the practice will likely have to be sold.
One of the greatest pieces of advice I ever received from one of my mentors was to further my faith, confidence and belief in chiropractic. It was something I took seriously and continue to work on in order to deliver the chiropractic story to my community.
There comes a time in their career when every employee chiropractor would feel it is time to cut the ties and start his or her own practice. However, starting from the ground up is seldom as simple as renting a vacant space, moving in, hanging out one’s shingle and initially attracting a sufficient number of patients to make it pay.
The Ontario Clinic Regulation Working Group has released feedback and submissions from various stakeholders regarding the proposed regulation of health care clinics in Ontario.
I became a chiropractic student in the fall of 1999 and graduated in the winter of 2002. I started my own practice six weeks later. Ever since, I have been finding ways to use and manipulate time to improve the quality of treatment I deliver and enhance the overall patient experience.
How we communicate today is vastly different from how we did just a few years ago. Texting, social media, and quick emails have become the preferred method over more traditional channels. However, it can be argued that this trend has resulted in older methods being more impactful and effective. After all, when was the last time you marked a handwritten letter as spam?
The way we prepare ourselves and our clinic to receive and serve patients can have a significant impact on our future – and theirs.
Throughout the course of our practice, we will be going through staff changes. It is important to know your rights and responsibilities when considering hiring and/or terminating employment of associates or staffmembers.
In our profession there are many different ways of doing things and, often, many of us will end up achieving similar results. Regardless of how you approach things it is vital to be efficient in everything you do.
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