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Now displaying: June, 2018
Jun 19, 2018

Hey Group Practice listeners! In this episode, I talk with Dr. Maelissa Hall about how to make sure you're getting quality notes from your staff.

Things we discuss in this episode:

  1. Ways to train new therapists on notes
  2. How to check up on notes and how this is different for licensed versus non-licensed therapists
  3. Ways to provide ongoing training for your staff
  4. Privacy concerns to consider for independent contractors

Get to know Maelissa:

Maelisa Hall, Psy.D. specializes in teaching therapists how to connect with their paperwork so it’s more simple and more meaningful. The result? Rock-solid documentation every therapist can be proud of! Check out her free online Private Practice Paperwork Crash Course, and get tips on improving your documentation today.

Jun 12, 2018

Hey Group Practice listeners! Today I'm doing another AMA (Ask Me Anything) where I'll be answering questions regarding hiring & onboarding. 

Things to keep in mind during the hiring process:

  1. Your vision + mission for your group practice
  2. Looking for strengths that compliment rather than reflect your own
  3. Personality & your office dynamic

How to make the most of your onboarding process:

  1. Have an in-depth training period
  2. Ongoing & consistent supervision
  3. Pay for or suggest outside training

How to compete with larger groups who can offer more to their employees:

  1. Focus on the environment + culture
  2. Being able to provide time and attention larger group owners can't
  3. Loyal & close-knit staff community
  4. Find & highlight your non-financial incentives 

When should you continue hiring?

  1. Wait until clinicians are 50% full to start looking
  2. When your clinicians are about 75% full, start hiring
Jun 5, 2018

Hey Group Practice listeners! Today I'm doing another AMA (Ask Me Anything) where I'll be answering the question: 

"What are practice owner life hacks?"

The five hacks I cover are:

  1. Schedule regular time in your calendar to meet with staff & batch your time
  2. Getting a support group of 1-3 other practice owners
  3. Delegating sooner rather than later
  4. Use a project management system like Trello to organize tasks
  5. Organize your time going backwards
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