Migrating Practice Management Software Successfully: Part 3
Whether it’s duplicates, bad links or outdated formats, most data sets have at least a few issues. Clean up your data before you transfer it; this will cut down on the amount of data you’ll need to transfer, as well as the amount that you’ll need to validate in the new PMS.
Migrating Practice Management Software Successfully: Part 4
Often overlooked is the issue of data protection. When you take on a data migration project, expect that many stakeholders will have concerns about security.
Migrating Practice Management Software Successfully: Part 5
Getting your team to buy into a data migration project isn’t always easy. Neither practitioners nor administrative users always understand all the benefits of migrating to a new PMS because they do have access to nor understand the big picture.
Migrating Practice Management Software Successfully: Part 6
Migrating between PMS is rarely a simple switch from one to another at a given point in time, unless you have little or no data in the old PMS the process will be more of a transition with various phases over an extended period.
Migrating Practice Management Software Successfully: Part 7
Decommissioning the old PMS, minimising access to a few power users or disabling access/connectivity altogether is a must do for a successful migration.
This is What an Amazing Admin Team Looks Like in Private Practice
For a private practice to be successful, it needs to focus on all aspects of the business – both front-end and back-end – and that includes the often-forgotten admin team. Many private practice owners consider the admin team as only a necessary function. While they would spend the time and effort to hire the perfect practitioner and spend additional resources for their professional development, few practice owners can say they pay the same level of attention to their front-desk team. But the reality is that…
The Practice Lab Update: April 2019
Since our launch in January, The Practice Lab’s membership base has been growing steadily. Thanks to all our users and welcome to our private practice community and resource hub! The positive feedback we have received has generally been around the Knowledge Base content and The Practice Lab team are ecstatic that you find our private practice resources useful.
25 Blog Topic Ideas for Private Practice to Grab Your Readers’ Attention
Online marketing is an essential part of any successful private practice. Nowadays, most private practices, small or big, have an online presence in the form of a website, a Facebook page, an Instagram account and/or a listing on online booking platforms.
Implement These 8 Habits in Your Private Practice to Increase Productivity
Do you often find that you spend your days being incredibly busy you hardly have time to eat, yet your to-do list doesn’t get any shorter? Or that you’re often overwhelmed by the number of things you have to complete that you end up not starting any of them? Or, do you simply find it hard to complete your daily/weekly tasks? If so, you might need to work on increasing productivity in your daily working life in your private practice. We all know that time…
Social Media Marketing for Private Practice: Tips and Tricks
We have previously written about this topic: How to Use Social Media to Promote Your Business. This was more centred around small businesses in general, so I’m back again with some specific social media marketing tips and tricks for private practice owners. Let’s dive right in. THE Question: Should your private practice even be on social media? The answer is yes. A thousand times yes. It’s not even about whether it’s OK for you to be on social media anymore. That might have been…