Staffing

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 #38 – You May NOT Grow In 2017

Issue #38 – You May NOT Grow In 2017 “The economy just hasn’t rebounded yet, but we are still growing organically by 20% each year.” We don’t think this statement makes much sense, yet we often hear similar sentiments from prospective clients. Believing that the economy is still bad or that your practice is growing…

Issue #37 – Brush Your Teeth: Pepsodent for your Practice

YT Newsletter #37 – Brush Your Teeth: Pepsodent for your Practice When you wake up in the morning with a film on your teeth and the taste of a single malt nightcap on your breath, what’s the first thing you think of? Hopefully the minty tingle of freshly-brushed teeth. But why? Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Charles…

Issue #31 – Surgical Schedule Management – The Often Underrated Key to Growth

Issue #31—Surgical Schedule Management—The Often Underrated Key to Growth We believe one of the best ways to achieve growth is also one of the more overlooked. Improving booking ratios, driving web leads, and offering new services are great ideas that also tend to overshadow simple improvements in logistics that can often create even better results….

Issue #24 – Lifestyle Lift Lessons

Issue #24 – Lifestyle Lift Lessons It’s been a great start to the year here at YellowTelescope headquarters in Miami. Beyond azure waters and 73 degree sunny days, every practice we work with through our long-term oversight program grew in February. Further, YellowTelescope partners, Jon Hoffenberg and Ed Syring III, were recipients of theEntrepreneur of…

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…

What Resources are Available for Medical Staffing?

While there are many options, not all good, for finding new medical staff for truly medical positions (nursing, per diem medical technicians, injectors, and other positions) there is a major lack of option to help a medical practice find and retain the non-medical staff they need to help run and grow their medical practice. Staffing…