Team Center - Doctor Communication | Firstline

Team Center - Doctor Communication

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FIRSTLINE: Sep 01, 2007
By dvm360.com staff
Our mixed animal practice is co-owned by one part-time and one full-time veterinarian. The part-time doctor handles the administrative duties, but she regularly arrives late and leaves early. The result: Our practice doesn't function smoothly and we're constantly operating in crisis mode. What can our team do?
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FIRSTLINE: Apr 30, 2007
By dvm360.com staff
When it's time to negotiate, don't be a doormat or a bully. Use these tips to find common ground.
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FIRSTLINE: Jan 01, 2007
With six exam rooms, it could be difficult for the team at Nassau Veterinary Clinic in Nassau, N.Y., to keep track of which doctors are in each room.
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FIRSTLINE: Nov 01, 2006
Feeling prickly about the new associate? You play a part in her success, so try to make her feel welcome.
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FIRSTLINE: Feb 01, 2006
Your veterinarian didn't go to school to learn to be a technician, receptionist, or practice manager, so don't let her act like one. Make her do her job--so you can do yours.
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FIRSTLINE: Oct 01, 2005
Favoritism, morale problems, unbearable associates–sometimes the doctor just doesn't see the issue. Use these strategies to clean off the doctor's rose-colored glasses, without making him or her mad.
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 01, 2005
The practice owner won't invest in a piece of new equipment that I think we really need. How can I convince her to buy?
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FIRSTLINE: Aug 01, 2005
When you use the title your boss earned, you build respect for your team, increase your authority with clients, and lay the groundwork for a more professional workplace. And that's just for starters