Benjamin Franklin famously opined, “A penny saved is a penny earned.” And while that chestnut of wisdom is certainly true as a guiding philosophy for success in life, it can be taken too literally. What may seem like smart cost savings measures can take a more deleterious toll on the doctor’s practice than doing it the right way in the first place.
It's always a good idea to be prepared for unexpected economic challenges, but the recent government shutdown has added a new level of uncertainty to an already tumultuous economic climate. Read on to find out what to expect - and how to be best prepared - when faced with the unexpected.
More than one doctor has come to Jameson Management and said, "I know that I need a hygiene department, but I am frustrated because it seems to be costing me more than it is making me. The costs are so high—salaries, equipment, supplies.” Let's look at six specific ways to make the hygiene department excellent: