Jessica Anselm

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Follow the interviewerâ??s rhythm. Donâ??t try too hard and talk too fast. Answer concisely and with a confident, calm manner. Pause before you respondâ??even repeat the question if need beâ??to buy yourself some moments to gather a measured answer.

Physicians Manage Online Reputations

Whether you're posting a status update on your Facebook page, interacting with connections on LinkedIn, or simply using Twitter to let others know …

Seven Simple Strategies to Market Your Medical Practice

Getting in the habit of actively marketing your practice shouldn't have to wait until your New Year's Resolutions. Get started today with these seven …

Complying With New Business Associate HIPAA Rules: 4 Changes to Know

When the HIPAA Omnibus Final Rule went into effect in March 2013, one of the most significant changes to HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules involved …

Five Steps for Improved Customer Service at Your Medical Practice

In the retail space, many industry leaders report improved customer satisfaction scores during the holiday season. Despite the high-volume pace and …

Eliminating Communication Gaps among Your Medical Practice Staff

You have many responsibilities and wear many hats. What do you know about your support staff's positions? Their responsibilities, tasks, and skill …

Five-Step Private Medical Practice Survival Plan: Part II

<i>In Part I of this blog, Rodrigues</i> <i>addressed the first step in creating a survival plan for your medical practice</i> <i>as we approach 2014 — your financial</i> …

Marketing Your Medical Practice for the Future

Change — it's truly one nasty six-letter word. It's a term that comes with the natural human reaction of fear, followed by realization. For today's …

Marketing to Newly Insured Patients

The current problems with the Affordable Care Act's health insurance exchanges should not deter doctors and medical practices from creating marketing …

Creating a Medical Practice Holiday Policy: What to Include

The holiday season in a physician's office can be fraught with frustration and hurt feelings. Most can be avoided by thinking ahead and clear …

Physicians' 2014 Wealth Preservation Planning Calendar, Part 1

We've covered a variety of issues related to wealth, business, risk management, and asset protection for doctors over the last 100-plus articles …

Further Thoughts about the EHR Copy and Paste Issue

The last article prompted a number of interesting comments ranging from "This is crazy," to "Right on." To expand the discussion, I will put on my …

Reviewing Payer Enrollment Agreements a Must for Medical Practices

The rollout of the new healthcare exchanges has been fraught with technical glitches and varying degrees of acceptance. But, the one fact that <i>is</i> …

10 Things Extraordinary Bosses Give Employees

Good bosses care about getting important things done. Exceptional bosses care about their people.<p>Good bosses have strong organizational skills. Good bosses have solid decision-making skills. Good bosses get important things done.<p>Exceptional bosses do all of the above--and more. Sure, they care …

Employment

How to keep toxic employees from harming your practice

Judy BeeToxic employees can be a drag on your medical practice, sapping the morale of your staff and impacting how your patients view you. Here are …

Top 10 challenges facing physicians in 2014

<i>Every challenge is an opportunity.</i><p>And while this list of 10 challenges facing physicians seems daunting and nearly insurmountable for smaller …

This 'Star Trek' Medical Device Grabbed $10.5 Million In Investment Funding

It's something like the medical tricorder from Star Trek: Wave the tricorder in the air at someone and it scans the person's vital signs.<p>With the Scout, you place it against your forehead and it reads your blood pressure, heart rate, oxygen levels, respiratory rate, and body temperature. It sends …

10 Things to Know About the Two-Midnight Rule

November 07, 2013 | Print | Email<p>In the 2014 Medicare inpatient prospective payment system final rule, CMS included a new regulation for hospitals …

Look at These Crazily Realistic 3-D Printed Noses and Ears

Author: Joseph Flaherty. Joseph Flaherty Design<p>Date of Publication: 11.15.13.<p>Time of Publication: 12:30 pm. 12:30 pm<p>Fripp Design, a consultancy in …

Best Buy Made One Important Change That Is Saving Its Business

The retailer's share price has more than doubled in the past year as CEO Hubert Joly makes changes that are helping Best Buy compete against retailers like Amazon and Wal-Mart.<p>One change has been especially instrumental in saving Best Buy, according to a recent note by analysts at Piper …

Want to see Google Glass at work in the hospital? Philips, Accenture offer a preview

Want a sneak peak at what could be the future of wearable technology in medicine? In a video released Thursday, electronics giant Philips and …

40 Recipes for the Fall Harvest Season

40 recipes for fall produce, from butternut squash and brussels sprouts to apples and pomegranate.<p>The mercury's dropping, the leaves are turning orange, and the nights are growing longer.<p>And you know what that means.<p>Your dad's going to pull out that pumpkin-colored wool sweater with the "falling …

CEOs are Terrible at Management, Study Finds

A new study shows that CEOs are doing a lousy job when it comes to people management. The study, a joint project by the Center for Leadership Development and Research at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, Stanford’s Rock Center for Corporate Governance and The Miles Group, a consulting firm in …