Incorporating Changes at a Medical Practice: 4 Tips
Physicians Practice report, Judy Capko, a healthcare consultant and author, lays out tips for incorporating operational changes at a medical practice and diffusing potential resistance.
Here are four tips:
1. Think strategically.
2. Examine the barriers to change.
3. Find a champion.
4. Introduce and manage change well.
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