An excellent educational program should consist of various training types, such as in-person sessions, online courses, distribution of newsletters, or even bulletin boards, which are all great avenues to get the word out about communication.
As we continue our series called “The Blame Game: 5 Tips to Restore Practice Communication,” it’s time to determine the best training method for your practice.
Here are some fun ways you can help your practice improve their communication skills by:
Remember, training doesn’t have to be boring.
If you incorporate a few of these techniques quarterly, then communication will always be fresh on your employee’s minds. This will encourage more remarkable patient outcomes and mitigate risks when practice communication is on one accord.
**The opinions and observations from the group/author are not a promise to exempt your practice from fines and penalties. Research, modify, and tailor the advice to fit your specialty.