Ryan Gray, MD | Page 2
Ryan Gray, MD, is a former Air Force Flight Surgeon. He is now helping premed students overcome obstacles on their journey to become physicians at the Medical School Headquarters.
Whether you work in the medical profession or another industry, firing someone is one of the hardest things that a supervisor will ever have to do. And giving an employee the heave-ho due to performance issues is a particularly difficult task. It takes skill and savvy to avoid causing a scene, harming office morale and landing your practice in legal trouble.
Even if you know what youâ€™re doing, it can be hard to make good hires. Because doctors are trained to practice medicine, many receive little or no training in how to run a businessâ€”or how to make great hires for non-clinical positions. Here are some tried-and-true tips to help you make sure your next hire doesnâ€™t turn into your next headache.
The practice of medicine moves pretty fast, leaving little time for doctors to involve themselves with insurance, paperwork and office business processes. Of course, quality doctors and nurses are critical to excellent patient care. But without the right office staff, your practice could quickly be sent into a tailspin.