Using Data to Drive All Aspects of Your Practice
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Today’s healthcare environment requires the constant balancing act of using the most up-to-date research, adherence to clinical guidelines, proper human resource management, assurance of financial strength and high-qualitative outcomes, along with ensuring superb patient experience measures. On top of these demands comes the challenge of minimizing physician burnout. In a clinic setting where most of these “spinning plates” have to be managed by a small team, often led by the physician(s) themself, knowing where and when to focus is essential to long-term sustainability of the practice. This presentation is intended to lay a framework for appropriate management. The systematization of appropriate management processes is required to keep all required aspects of practice in check, allow for an objective reflection on each aspect’s strengths and weaknesses, and ensure that changes are made to continue long into the future.
The attendee can expect to take home concepts to improve their patient care, their employees' satisfaction, and the patient's experience in their office, while maintaining financial sustainability for the future.
There are no CE credits for this session.
Please note: This is a recording of a session from the Engage 2021 conference.
Tuck Chiropractic Clinic
Dr. Lee Matthis is a 2002 graduate of Campbell University located in Buies Creek, NC where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Later, he received his Doctor of Chiropractic Degree from the Palmer College of Chiropractic. During his education, he received many honors including graduating from the National Outdoor Leadership School in Lander, WY., the prestigious Vogt Leadership Society Award and the Virgil V. Strang Chiropractic Philosophy Award from Palmer College. Dr. Matthis serves as Team Chiropractor and is an honorary member of the Virginia Tech Cycling Team.
Dr. Matthis originally planned on becoming a General and Vascular Surgeon until, at age 17, his grandmother passed away during a “routine surgery.” He decided then that he wanted to help people express vitality and quality of life using non-surgical and non-medicinal means.
Dr. Matthis, and his wife Candice, are the proud parents of Evan, Garrett, and Ella. Dr. Matthis enjoys reading, cycling, and spending time outdoors with his family.
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