During this moment in history where many of us will be affected personally and professionally, I did not foresee a world where the private specialist medical practice will be brought to a halt in Australia.
There are many lessons that can be drawn from the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19) — learned because in times of crisis we draw from adversity and build and safeguard for the future.
COVID-19 has left the world an unambiguous message: We must make changes to ensure we reduce if not eliminate the future cause of pandemics we have helped create.
Technology is threaded through our lives, influencing the way we interact, solve problems and make decisions. We no longer second guess the necessity of developments, ensuring our smartphones, computers, home assistants (Alexa and Google Home) and gaming consoles are up-to-date. We expect our hardware and software to perform around the clock, rising to the challenge of making our busy lives easier.
This is a guest post by Jenny Massarella, Partnership and Corporate Marketing Manager at Tyro.
Efficiency is fundamental for medical practices everywhere. Streamlined processes mean you can spend more time with your patients, and not lose valuable hours doing administration work. In fact, how you process payments is key, since it can directly affect your productivity, cash flow and customer experience. There’s a lot at stake!
So here we are at the Commonwealth Medical Association conference in Colombo, with over 1000 people here all eager to either help transform healthcare or learn how others are doing it.
The best part is that the appetite to learn and adopt the latest and greatest technology that can help optimise the professional is lot more than it was only 2-3 years ago. I would like to share with you how we told our patient journey story.
Creating, building, owning and running a business is a chain of events that form the company. It is an ecosystem that combines products and services around a team of skilled people to deliver them. Traditionally, your offerings are reliant on the acceptance of your clients and their willingness to purchase or consume them, trading 101 you would think, which dates back to my ancestors the Phoenicians 6000 BC.
Ask any CEO or executive and they will probably tell you that, one of the most challenging functions for any business is change management. Change creates uncertainty and fear and as a result it makes many people uneasy. Many larger company invest a great deal in change management and training and many often will admit that it was one of the areas they under estimated when delivering a project.
Opening your own medical practice is a rewarding endeavour. As a new business owner, you'll need to establish efficient processes and smart finances. This practical guide aims to streamline your operations and simplify your finances, from day one.