Author: Fiona Harrington

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14 Policies Every Private Practice Should Have

12 October 2021

At Power Diary, we know that admin and compliance are among the two most feared words for most practice owners. […]

How to Implement Patient Satisfaction Surveys

28 September 2021

Patient satisfaction is integral to the growth and profitability of a practice, and to the health and wellbeing of clients. […]

4 Ways to Make Your Practice More Productive (and Less Stressful!)

14 September 2021

As margins become tighter, and compliance ever-more burdensome, there is pressure on private practices to get more from their staff. […]

How to Write a Private Practice Business Plan

31 August 2021

When you were fresh out of university, the thought of starting and managing your own practice may have seemed unattainable, […]

How to Create an Open and Transparent Work Environment in Your Practice (& Why it’s so Important!)

17 August 2021

Transparency, particularly in a private practice setting, can feel a bit uncomfortable at first. It’s one thing to operate as […]

6 (FREE!) Ways to Market Your Telehealth Services

3 August 2021

COVID-19 has accelerated a number of changes for healthcare professionals, and chief among them is Telehealth, there’s no question about it. McKinsey […]

12 Benefits of SMS Appointment Reminders + Templates

20 July 2021

Patient care is the top priority for any healthcare practice. But running a practice successfully means that there are other […]

The Dos and Don’ts of Managing Your Patient’s Waitlist

6 July 2021

There’s no getting around it: private healthcare practice is almost always appointment-based, which means that you’re only earning when you’re […]

How Do You Know When it’s Time to Recruit?

29 June 2021

Working out the exact right time to recruit is complicated. If you jump the gun and hire too early, you […]

5 Practical Ways to Improve Your Practice’s Data Security

14 June 2021

Data security has become one of the top priorities for healthcare practices, and it’s not difficult to see why. In […]