Monthly Archives: April 2011


“Integrity has no need for rules.”   – Albert Camus

10 Ways to Improve Your Accounts Receivable

Streamline information flow and accelerate turnaround with these tips on managing patient encounters. Receiving maximum reimbursement with quick A/R turnaround in any healthcare practice requires careful attention to obtaining, documenting and communicating information. From the time a patient schedules a visit until the charge is closed out, proper management of information to and from yourContinue Reading


“The road to happiness lies in two simple principles: find what it is that interests you and that you can do well, and when you find it put your whole soul into it – every bit of energy and ambition and natural ability you have.”   – John D. Rockefeller, industrialist

Effective Delegation

Effective delegation benefits you, the business owner, as well as the rest of the organization. However, when delegating work, I’ve found that asking the question, “Do you understand?” often receives a predictable “Yes,” even if the person does not understand.  So now I ask, “Any quick thoughts on how you plan to proceed?”   The responseContinue Reading


“If I had to select one quality, one personal characteristic that I regard as being most highly correlated with success, whatever the field, I would pick the trait of persistence.”    – Richard DeVos, Amway Co-founder

The Process of Delegation

You Can’t Do It All – Learning To Delegate There is not a single management skill more critical to your personal and professional success as an entrepreneur than learning to delegate. There is much more to delegating than meets the eye. It does not mean to simply hand out assignments. It is a science andContinue Reading


“There’s no great mystery to satisfying your customers. Build them a quality product and treat them with respect. It’s that simple.”   -Lee Iacocca, executive

Definition of Delegate

I am preparing some articles on delegating and delegation, and decided it would be best to first get a clear understanding of the definition before we discuss the subject in depth. del·e·gate     1 :  to entrust or transfer (as power, authority, or responsibility) to another: as a :  to transfer (one’s contractual duties)Continue Reading