4 Guidelines in Writing Effective SOPs

Recently, we held a team meeting in a client’s office. Part of the meeting was about creating consistent standards in the office. Somehow the topic veered toward to OSHA standards and the appropriate methods for ‘flipping’ a room. It turned into a full-blown demonstration of how to sterilize a room and then how to set it up for particular procedures. The conversation was eye-opening as I continued to hear “Oh that’s how you do that.” Or “Why do you wipe down in that area?” “Because Dr. Molar often will grab for something over there.” I walked away from that meeting thinking that I couldn’t have set up a better agenda than what just occurred, although I will keep that idea for other practice

How to Motivate Your Staff

By Slyvie Haber, Consultant How many times do you come into work and find your team “going through the motions” of the day? The enthusiasm they once showed is no longer prevalent. You think to yourself, “What happened to my team? I hope our patients don't notice!” It can be frustrating to see that your team members are not as motivated as they once were. As a leader of the team, you must assess the situations affecting your team in order to distinguish what factors would apply best to your team. Before you start thinking that impending doom is approaching, it is better to face the situation head on and understand what factors could be affecting your team. These factors can easily be summed u

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