In the coming year, physicians and managers can anticipate even tighter reigns on future reimbursement, and may realize they will be expected to accomplish more with fewer resources. One of the things they can do is streamline their operational processes — however, that means change, which is not always welcomed.
There are many people who don’t like dealing with change. It encroaches on the way they do things and brings uncertainty — not knowing if the outcome will really make things better for them. The truth is, without everyone’s cooperation in your medical practice, change results can be compromised. Here are a few steps you can take to avoid “unwitting or calculated sabotage” as you navigate your way through operational changes at your practice.