Medical Care

Issue #40 – Retention the Right Way – How to Keep the Good Ones

Retention the Right Way – How to Keep the Good Ones It’s become common knowledge that it’s often less expensive to keep your current employees than to try to hire someone new. The struggle is real, and the cost of acquisition of a new hire can impact the bottom line of any business. Many of…

Issue #39 – Mnemonics – Are you on it?

Mnemonics – Are you on it? Imagine, you walk into your kitchen and mosey to the fridge to see what you need to pick up at the grocery store but when you open the refrigerator door, fresh, floppy, slippery, slimy red herring pour out all over the kitchen floor until you’re ankle deep in fish, and…

Issue #30 – Ed had 2 doctor appointments. Here’s what happened…

Issue #30 – Ed had 2 doctor appointments. Here’s what happened…  To celebrate our 30th issue of the YellowTelescope Newsletter, we asked our Vice President and Partner, Ed Syring III, to provide, through a first-person account of his most recent doctor appointments, the feedback he’d have for improving patient experience, in addition to what changes he’d make to…

Issue #26- 5 Trends In Medical Practice Growth

Issue #26 – 5 Trends in Medical Practice Growth Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome back to the “Good ‘ol Days.” Let’s begin our discussion on trends with 3 important unemployment rates: 4.4% – May, 2007 10.0% – October, 2009 5.3% – June 2015 There are naysayers suggesting that many people have dropped out of the work…

Issue #26 – 5 Trends in Medical Practice Growth

Ladies and Gentlemen, Welcome back to the “Good ‘ol Days.” Let’s begin our discussion on trends with 3 important unemployment rates:  4.4% – May, 2007 10.0% – October, 2009 5.3% – June 2015 There are naysayers suggesting that many people have dropped out of the work force entirely, that in their particular area of the…

Issue #23 – How People Purchase

 Issue #23 – How People Purchase YellowTelescope has always focused on counterintuitive ideas to help your practice grow. Intuitive ideas, by nature, are implemented so growth comes from outside-the-box thinking and testing. In this issue we look at the way people purchase in general, using the example of your practice web page. Indeed, these concepts…

Doctors need good salespeople too

5 reasons physicians need sales training Many doctors think sales and medicine don’t have much to do with each other. If you are in an insurance based specialty, you are even less inclined to understand how sales psychology can easily be implemented to grow your practice. A lot of times sales gets a bad rap…

Will ObamaCare Hurt My Medical Practice

  Since 2013 and the passage of healthcare laws that have been called “ObamaCare,” there have been outcries for Democrats and Republicans on both sides of the issue: will these new laws hurt doctors’ incomes. The answer is that only time will tell and there are excellent arguments on both sides. Certainly, there is vast…