Micro-efficiencies are tools or small process improvements that solve time-stealing problems.
We sort of made that word up. After all, the word efficiency already exists – so why would we need a subclassification? It’s not very often that a made-up word would make it into the list of Lab Tactical’s digital vocabulary, closely governed by both Grammarly and our CEO!
Yet somehow we slipped this one through for the blog post and here’s why we think you should add more Micro-efficiencies to your life…
Using smart devices is where you’ll likely find the most opportunity to deploy micro-efficiencies, starting with your smartphone. Now, there are a ton of examples of how your smartphone can make your life easier. It’s choosing the right apps or software are most helpful that can be a challenge.
It’s likely you’re using your device for your job role in your company, even if they don’t reimburse you for it! More business is done through smartphones than ever before.
This means that often we’re expected to be just a little more attentive, a few more hours a day. Being responsive is a great way to build relationships and manage multi-tasking. It can also take a bite out of your downtime, which is just as important.
If you are fine with a notebook and phone calls to your team, these suggestions might not be for you. But if you’re anything like us, you’re curious about a few solutions that can be implemented with a bit of diligence and setup, read on. Read More
Bringing medical equipment into a person’s home and integrating it into daily life can be a challenge. When incorporating a new piece of equipment into their world, most patients want to understand a few fundamental things about their continuum of care. We recommend cracking the communication code with patients by focusing on three key areas to guide patient expectations:
Whether it’s an elderly person looking to maintain independence, a dad who needs to control his sleep apnea, or a complex rehab patient who is adjusting to a whole new way of life, in many cases, your patient is coming to you because something significant has changed. Focus communication efforts on guiding your patient through the process so they have a good idea of what might be coming next in their healthcare journey.
As more and more cuts are shoved down to the medical industry it is important that you cut cost and maximize profits whenever possible. Give me 90 seconds of your time and let me help you…
Merchant service fees probably isn’t where you first thought to start. They are complicated and, unfortunately, a necessary evil if you want to process credit cards through your business. Rather than paying these charges blindly, you need to make the time to understand your current rates and shop around. I can’t stress this enough so I am going to say it again but louder this time you need to make the time to understand your current rates and shop around! Got it? Good!