Four Steps to Change Your Practice…For the Better

For you to succeed as a business, you need to constantly improve and grow. You should always start with looking at your environment to bring about positive change in your practice. Be sure that you are top to bottom compliant with your systems and processes.  You must make sure employees have the space and the tools needed to complete their work is a productive manner.  Your patients should have the space and the equipment to get the results you are looking for.

The structure of your organization defines who is in charge and who is a resource to solve a particular problem. Do all problems funnel to you, as the owner, and do you find yourself constantly putting out fires that others have started? The days of that will end with an Organization Board defining all the roles and responsibilities of each member of the organization and where they fit in. Employees like structure and need security that their inquiries will be handled efficiently.

The hardest part to figure out for most Private Practice owners… Do I have the right team?

Find out if your current members are the team that will give you the best chance to succeed.  If you have doubts about a particular member of your staff, dig a little deeper and you will find out that your doubts are almost always warranted. Remember that when you are not successful, it is not something that is holding you back, it is someone.

What are you doing to track your success? Every successful business has a system to keep score so how are you keeping score? When we manage our staff by statistics and not personality, they win much more than the average team that is put together. It is not how much you like someone that determines their job security; it is how much they produce that keeps them secure.

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Andrew Vertson, PT, DPT, ATC
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