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5 Tips for Setting Your 2016 Goals

5 Tips for Setting Your 2016 Goals

Light vector designed by Freepik   Some of you are thinking that a message about goals should be saved for the New Year- a time when resolutions abound. But goals and resolutions are entirely different concepts. One is characteristically an impulsive emotional...

Be An Early Adopter

“Few health care organizations have made it their explicit goal to deliver excellent outcomes. Providers commonly cite quality, research, or education as goals, but few measure their patients’ treatment outcomes or report them – either to their clinicians or the...
What is Your V Score?

What is Your V Score?

  The value of our service can be summarized by the formula V= Results/ (Price x Time). “V”, represents overall value. The numerator is “Results” or patient outcomes. The denominators are “Price”(per visit, including all tests and modalities) and “Time” i.e. the...
Patient Compliance?

Patient Compliance?

Correct diagnosis and prognosis are two variables that instill patient confidence- and are largely under your control. Unfortunately, one variable that we cannot control is patient compliance. Non-compliance delays recovery and hinders our outcomes. Our best diagnosis...
Become A Value-Based Provider

Become A Value-Based Provider

  ChiroUp was created with an intense focus on the new definition of healthcare provider success- Patient Outcomes! Because, regardless of who’s paying the bill, they want results. The Harvard Business Review recently published an article about the importance of...
Want More MD Referrals?

Want More MD Referrals?

Step one: Be a patient-centered, evidence-based clinician. The first question I often ask myself during an initial visit is: Am I the best person to treat this condition? It is not possible for any single provider to answer yes for EVERY presentation. This is why the...
Capacity Survey

Capacity Survey

The “capacity” of your office is determined by your ability to see more patients during your peak hours. When your peak hours are full – you’re done growing…unless you make some changes. Typical limitations include staff, space, equipment, and doctor speed. Take a...
The Future of Healthcare

The Future of Healthcare

Last month, leaders within the chiropractic profession gathered in Washington DC for the 2015 National Chiropractic Leadership Convention. Attendees heard from ACA representatives, state leaders, US Congressmen and others associated with healthcare planning. The...
Put More “Do” in Your To-do List

Put More “Do” in Your To-do List

To-do lists help keep us organized and focused, but sometimes, to-do lists can become a frustrating process of carrying over tasks from one day to the next. If you feel stuck or overwhelmed by the size of your list, it may be time to put your to-do list on a diet....
The Why

The Why

Photo Credit : This work is a derivative of “With A Megaphone by A Wall” by Garry Knight .   “If you’re not getting what you want from your practice, then you’re not giving people what they want” “You can’t get better at giving people what they don’t...
Rain Maker Day

Rain Maker Day

Leadership mentor, Steven Covey, in his book, “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”, describes a “time management quadrant” that categorizes any task as either “urgent” or “not urgent”, and “important” or “not important”.  Chiropractors spend much of their day...
Keep Your Head Up

Keep Your Head Up

Our greatest tool is an attitude of positive expectation. We reap the seeds of our thoughts. Weather you believe your future will be bright or not- you’re probably right. The best days for health care providers are not gone. This is not our twilight moment. Our...
The Law of The Jungle

The Law of The Jungle

The aforementioned quote is pertinent to our profession. In school we gathered as groups and fought our battles together. In practice, we become progressively more independent and isolated from our peers. All too often we become the “lone wolf”, forgetting that we are...
Ten Thousand New Patients

Ten Thousand New Patients

I recently spent time with a chiropractor that has seen almost ten thousand new patients in the past twenty years. Over 80% of these patients have come from two sources: existing patient referrals and medical referrals. His clinic spends little to no money on external...

Incredibly successful D.C.s.

Although most chiropractors have similar basic skills, there are some special qualities that elevate incredibly successful D.C.s. First, these special D.C.s really know what they want. They have purposeful goals and direction, and they follow that up with hard work....

How big is your toolbox?

[title size=”2″]“I’ve tried everything and nothing has helped.”[/title] How many times have you heard this from frustrated new patients, or worse yet, felt this as a provider? If your new patient is presenting with a problem amenable to your skill set, you...