Your practice needs an online presence that stands out. Our experts will get you there.
Understanding the importance of a great website and patient engagement tools is one thing. Finding the time to do it–and do it right–is a whole other matter.
We design and build visually appealing and user-friendly websites for our clients. Integrating clean, professional design with well written and engaging content, social media, and search optimization, we’ll build you a website that is flexible and easy to manage. Our team of experts will work with you to develop and define your practice’s unique brand and culture, and provide you with the marketing and PR tools you need to stand out.
Website Design and Management
Our team will give you the tools and knowledge to control every element of your site, making routine changes to text and images a snap! Of course, if you don’t want to manage your website, our experts will happily take care of that too.
If you're planning on bringing another provider to your team, here are 5 tips and things to consider while creating your pediatric compensation model via PCC.
"All compensation models pay physicians, usually via salary, while balancing overhead costs and keeping a safe margin for error (Chip recommends 10%). Practices can additionally choose to pay physicians based on productivity benchmarks or offer bonuses. His model is an editable spreadsheet that begins with costs or overhead of the practice, then the physician’s desired margin of profitability, the benefits and taxes required for the provider, and the provider’s salary. Productivity measures and bonuses can be applied if applicable."
The pandemic has taken a toll on a lot of us. And as we near the post-pandemic world, here are some steps physicians can take to improve mental well-being.
"When we have negative emotions, we sometimes feel isolated and alone, and that we are the only people who are feeling this way. Sometimes we feel like these feelings will never get better. Talk to a trusted friend or family member. Reach out for support from your colleagues. Even better, schedule an appointment with a primary care physician, psychiatrist, or psychologist."