Volume 36, Issue 1
This article reviews the history of humor in medicine, the physiology of humor, and several examples of the medicinal value of humor.
As the prevalence of diabetes continues to increase, it becomes even more important to focus on increasing adherence rates in patients with diabetes to reduce the incidence of comorbid conditions and ease the burden on the healthcare system.
This article describes what growth orientation is, why it is important, and how leaders can behave to produce growth orientation.
This article presents an analytical review of court decisions in six states and the federal courts to illustrate the techniques used in ascertaining personal goodwill.
In early May 2020, Cassatly Leadership Coaching interviewed 27 healthcare leaders to learn about the impacts of COVID-19 on their organizations, their insights based on recent experience, and their vision for future leadership during uncertain times ...
This article explains a more widely applicable version of the marketing funnel and its application to a medical practice.
As we approach the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, medical practices will be facing myriad operational challenges necessary to continue practice operations while providing patient care in a multifaceted manner.
A CPA offers a financial planning checklist to help physicians better manage their personal financial affairs.
This article will help medical administrators gain a better understanding of their prima donnas and develop effective strategies for managing them.
This article examines the responsibilities of new C-suite leaders and potential benefits to burned-out physicians.
Strategic Management Practices of Medical Technology Deans: Tackling Organizational Challenges Through Sun Tzu’s Art of War
The complexities facing higher education today call for the employment of varied managerial and leadership strategies in handling healthcare program operations.