Almost everyone wants to be more successful and achieve more each year than they did the year before. Here are a few straightforward things you can do to guarantee your success in 2012.
First, ignite your passion for the practice. Recognize all the capabilities you have and how you can use those to grow the practice in the direction you want to take it. Your passion can energize everyone in the practice and give them the confidence and desire to help you achieve amazing things.
Second, set goals that push your further, but are achievable. This is accomplished by reviewing benchmarks on key performance indicators and how they have trended over the past few years and raising the bar for 2012.
Then set goals that stretch performance, but are achievable. This is accomplished by taking a historical look at practice performance trends and setting the bar a bit higher. Know what you want and then you can plan to achieve it. For example, do you want to do more of a particular procedure, do you want 10% more new patients, increase utilization of lucrative ancillary services or promogr a new procedure? You may even want to establish goals related to healthcare reforms push for monitoring quality and improving outcomes. Whatever you want to do, establish goals that are concrete and measurable.
Next, develop a well-crafted written strategic plan. This is the beginning of a true commitment and using professional resources is worth the investment. An experience healthcare consultant can guide the process to ensure you develop a powerful plan that yields amazing results and positions the practice longterm success.
So what are you waiting for? Contact Capko & Company, www.capko.com, and make 2012 your best year ever.
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