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Issue #53 — 3 Tips for Starting Your Own Practice

Recently, we have spoken with several doctors contemplating practice ownership. Some are tenured physicians separating from hospital, university, or group practice employment. Others are finishing residency or fellowship and getting ready to put their name on their first door. If you are like those with whom we’ve spoken, the options are limitless, workload is daunting,…

Issue #52 — To-Do or To-Don’t, That is the Question

We love the remarkably satisfying feeling of crossing a task off our to-do lists, and figured that sharing this gift was a perfect way to give back to the efficiency gods.  Unquestionably, one of YellowTelescope’s non-negotiable values is being “on it” and this wouldn’t be possible without operating off a to-do list with maximum efficiency…

Issue #51 — Spring Forward

Although the weather reports seem to indicate otherwise, Spring is here.  With a relatively brutal winter (hopefully) behind us, it is finally time to train our eyes on sunnier seasons. New beginnings, regrowth, renewal, and all other spring euphemisms aside, what better way to start fresh than by finally executing truly effective, interactive team meetings?  Read…

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 #48 – The Truth Behind Medical Supply and Pharmaceutical Ordering

Happy New Year! If gifts, poor lead volume through the holidays, a vacation to the Caribbean, or that brand new Coolsculpting machine have you feeling financially depleted, this newsletter is written for you. Sure, we could give you tips on how to turn that new Coolsculpting machine into a money maker, balance your cost & profit centers,…

YellowTelescope’s YellowTelecast Episode 18: Evaluating Core Values

YellowTelescope’s YellowTelecast Best Practices for the Best Practices Podcast – Episode 18: Evaluating Core Values – Time off from your practice to recharge physically and mentally is invaluable, particularly if you use some of your off time to educate yourself. Join Jon and Ed during their summer vacation, recording poolside from the Village of Easthampton…

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…

YellowTelescope YellowTelecast Episode 15-Managing Employee Resistance to Culture Transition

With an ever evolving landscape in which medical practices operate, it often becomes necessary to shift the culture within the organization through the implementation of new processes and technologies. This creates new habits, which eventually become culture, and culture can determine the success or failure of practice growth strategy. The transition, however, typically involves pushback…

YellowTelescope YellowTelecast 14-Social Media Strategy

Social Media is an often misunderstood and misused form of marketing for practices and even larger businesses. Properly executing social media requires a calculated strategy including planning in advance and rolling out the program, with the right message. In this special NYC edition, Jon and Ed broadcast directly from Central Park, celebrating both New York and French culture through whisky and cuisine, while outlining how they’ve recently developed their own social media strategy.