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A few of our recent blog posts, with helpful tips.
Stay professionally engaged and make new connections while working from home during coronavirus pandemic.
For maximum exposure when writing an article or blog post for the public, time it so that it coincides with current events or with national holidays and observances. Since there is media coverage at these times, more people will be paying attention. Write in response...
If you own a car, you know that routine maintenance is essential to its efficiency, safety and longevity. Without preventive maintenance, repairs can be very expensive. And sometimes a poorly maintained car can break down suddenly, causing accidents or deaths. Your...
When adding a clinician to your practice, you need to consider financial, legal, ethical and tax implications.
When setting goals for your private practice this year, you are more likely to succeed if you have a structured plan. One such plan is SMART goals. Coined in 1981 by George T. Doran (1935-2011) in an article in Management Review, the acronym stood for: S - Specific M...
Accepting credit card payment is not without risk. Clients may later dispute the charge and get a refund, which the credit card company withdraws from your bank account. Here are some tips to minimize chargebacks.