Patients across the United States have been receiving telehealth services since the early 2000s. Due to the Coronavirus CMS made significant changes to what it would pay for when it comes to telehealth services. This course explains telehealth changes and how medical practices should be billing for them to receive reimbursement.
In 1992, the American Medical Association (AMA), along with CMS, introduced a coding system to standardize charges for patient care. This course explains the new changes, why they were made, and how they will affect medical practices.
This episode will explain how to make the absolute most of your mentoring partnership, so that everyone comes away richer from the experience.
Mentoring is a great way of using your more senior, experienced position to give back and help to guide people who’d like to follow in your footsteps.
This short episode will explain how mentoring benefits both parties involved. After all, whether we’re the mentor or the mentee – we’re always learning.
This episode will look at the best ways to find and approach a potential mentor, and how to focus on someone who’ll aid your specific professionnal goals.
This short episode will go into the ways mentees can get the most from their learning opportunity, and make it a worthwhile experience for your mentor, too.
The coach (or manager) doesn’t supply the answers but the training – through learning – so that every member of your team sharpens their individual skills and contributes to your organization’s victory.
Understanding what each person on your team loves – what excites them – will then turn their work into something closer to play. This will engage your employees and retain your best talent.
The thought of adding more meetings may cause feelings of dread but holding standing one-on-one meetings with your employees allows you to connect and build stronger connections.
As a leader you’ll need to understand the importance of accountability and how you can encourage your organization to have an accountable culture.
Antitrust laws stop businesses from playing dirty in order to make a profit. In this course you’ll learn about antitrust law and the different types. Penalties for breaking the law will also be addressed.
As a leader you create high expectations for your employees and in turn they will work towards meeting and exceeding those expectations. There can be a fine line between high expectations and unrealistic expectations.
When we provide equal opportunities for all workers to achieve their potential, we create a fairer workplace free from discrimination. This course is designed to reinforce your code of conduct and organizational policies for acceptable workplace conduct.
Courage tends to rise to the forefront in times of stress. When people see their leaders making the tough calls, they feel emboldened to follow suit.
Accountability. Will you stand up and take the hit when things go sour? By contrast, do you have the capacity to step aside from the spotlight when things go well?
Respect together with patience is a long-term commitment and is constantly growing and evolving. Once you earn it, nurture it and encourage your team to do the same.
Hubris often leads to negative consequences – missed deadlines, failed projects – but it often results in disenchanted and disengaged employees. That’s the effect of failed leadership.
The best leadership is done through tough self-examination. Actually looking in the mirror and standing by the choices the person in front of you has made.
Everyone in an organization needs to know the dos and don’ts of outside employment. When expectations are clear and situations are managed with transparency, a conflict of interest can be resolved before it becomes a problem.
Establishing a workplace culture that is free from bullying requires ongoing education and awareness. This course is designed to reinforce your code of conduct and organizational policies for acceptable workplace conduct.
When we find ourselves being offered something that seems too good to be true, it probably is. Ensure everyone in your organizations knows how to avoid a conflict of interest with acceptable gift giving at work.
Active Listening is listening effectively, communicating in the right ways, clarifying with the speaker, and making sure people feel heard. This course will explain how
This interview skills episode will show you how you can develop a framework for answering competency-based questions at your interview, regardless of the type of role.