Medical Care

YellowTelecast Episode #5: Authentic Leadership

Recorded on Allison Island in Miami Beach, the 5th installment of the popular YellowTelescope podcast features tips for all business managers and owners in and out of the medical industry to ensure they lead teams authentically. Join Jon and Ed, the nation’s top medical practice consultants as they discuss fine scotch, business management, current events…

YellowTelecast Episode #3: Increasing Show Percentage

Most business people would love to avoid appointments no-showing and rescheduling. Learn tips from Jon and Ed, YellowTelescope’s senior executive team, on how to increase client and patient show percentages, avoid costly appointment no shows, and decrease rescheduling. Broadcast live from NYC’s AAFPRS 30th Annual Symposium, listen in as well for great tips for your…

YellowTelecast Episode #2: Tips for Interviewing and Hiring

Listen to Jon and Ed wax poetic (and hysterically) about key questions to remember to ask when interviewing to hire for key positions in your medical practice. Yellow Telescope is the industry leader in medical practice staffing and Jon and Ed have interviewed over 15,000 people in their careers. Join them in this irreverent podcast……

YellowTelecast Episode #1: Overcoming Patient Objections

Are you a doctor or do you work in the medical field? Download this podcast NOW! YellowTelescope Medical is the nation’s leader in staffing, training, and growth ideas for the nation’s most successful medical practices. Founder, Jon Hoffenberg, and his partner Ed Syring III, are the podcastophere’s best source for sound advice and best practices…

Issue #54 — Firing for Success

Occasionally we all find ourselves holding onto a losing bet because we are invested and hope things will get better. It can be tough to admit that an employee isn’t working out, but the alternative of allowing a toxic energy continue poisoning your practice is worse and possibly costing you dearly in good employees and patients….

Issue #50 – Hatching Habits to Maximize New Purchase Profit

Is there a machine in the corner of your office that has been collecting dust for months? Perhaps you have 3 computer systems and 4 marketing platforms not currently being utilized? If you are nodding, you may be a practice guilty of laying investments at the feet of your employees and simply saying “ok, make…

Issue #45 – Determine Your Values

Can you define what is permanent in your medical practice? We are asking about your practice’s, nay your team’s, core principles – those that dictate the actions taken and decisions made by every employee. What are the characteristics that are embodied by each employee and resonate throughout your office? If you are like a lot…

Issue #44 – How to be the Best

Alfred Cortot’s famous recordings of Chopin’s 24 Études, once considered the “definitive interpretation” in the 1930s, are now deemed so sloppy and careless that New York Times music critic Anthony Tommasini stated that Cortot “would probably not be admitted to Juilliard now.”  The standards currently set just to qualify for the Boston Marathon would have…

Issue #43 – When to Use the “S” Word

  The word “sales” carries a negative connotation for many people, particularly throughout the medical community. Contributing factors may include the inability to advertise legally decades ago and the lack of sales and marketing training available today throughout the medical arena. Movies like Glengarry Glen Ross may have won best picture, but do not help…