Comments for Genesis Chiropractic Software http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com We're proactive about the business of saving lives. Fri, 01 Apr 2016 02:05:23 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on It’s About Time We Made Chiropractic the Dominant Healthcare System by Bruce http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/chiropractic-the-dominant-health-care-system/#comment-322 Fri, 01 Apr 2016 02:05:23 +0000 http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/?p=9409#comment-322 I agree totally with where you are coming from. I am a Chiro Kid. I don’t know what it is like to go to any other Doctor than my dad. The big question is how do we get back to our true philosophy without being scared of the other side? I have no issues stating my opinion, explaining to patients that true health is realizing our bodies are naturally healing organisms. I have been in practice now for 16 years. When I chose a college I chose TCC because at that time Parker was going through some changes and it wasn’t apparent which way they were going. Plus TCC was where my father went. Unfortunately at the time it seemed we were trained more about the medical profession and not our own. I figured out that if I would have gone to a school in the north I would have gotten a heavier dose of our true philosophy. Luckily for me I grew up in it. The challenge I see with increasing our numbers is increasing our overall reputation of being great doctors. So many of us fail to see this and are willing to just look at the patient as a dollar sign. No exam, no X-ray just come on in and lay down here. I hear that a lot, and it’s a scary thing. To think that just the few can kill the mass when stuff like that happens. I believe that we do need to increase our fold but they need to feel proud and not embarrassed by the leadership of our profession. Yes if I feel this way I should speak up to a higher level, so I am calling myself out first. I appreciate your opinions and you being vocal. Nice to read and see that not everything is about competition or money but about what our profession is supposed to be.

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Comment on Growth | Tackling Task Management by Candace Coleman http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/growth-tackling-task-management/#comment-112 Tue, 27 Jan 2015 19:28:00 +0000 http://warhawk.arvixe.com/~genchiro/?p=8683#comment-112 In my experience taking the identification process of what work needs to be done has been a huge timesaver. Utilizing workflow makes it crystal clear to practice owners and staff what exactly needs to be accomplished for claims to be paid. This promotes transparency and accountability – relieving stress for the owner so they can focus on building their dream practice

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Comment on Growth | Tackling Task Management by Charles Pritchard http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/growth-tackling-task-management/#comment-111 Mon, 26 Jan 2015 16:53:00 +0000 http://warhawk.arvixe.com/~genchiro/?p=8683#comment-111 Understanding there is a better way is the first step in making change. With automated task management, Dr. Ben can streamline the processes the office is using and assign the tasks to his staff. He will be able to track the progress and also have accountability.

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Comment on Growth | Tackling Task Management by Amy http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/growth-tackling-task-management/#comment-110 Wed, 21 Jan 2015 01:50:00 +0000 http://warhawk.arvixe.com/~genchiro/?p=8683#comment-110 Learning and implementing a foolproof way to track all tasks simply and efficiently is the only way to ensure you’re not wasting time and effort in the office. Workflow is the only way to get your practice under your control without spending less time on patient care. Can you afford to run your practice another day without it?

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Comment on Growth | Tackling Task Management by Heather Miller http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/growth-tackling-task-management/#comment-109 Tue, 20 Jan 2015 15:43:00 +0000 http://warhawk.arvixe.com/~genchiro/?p=8683#comment-109 What it comes down to is is the pain of staying where you are greater than the pain of change. When you are ready to change and embrace a new process you can move forward and improve your practice.

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Comment on Growth | Tackling Task Management by Michelle Corrigan http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/growth-tackling-task-management/#comment-108 Tue, 20 Jan 2015 15:38:00 +0000 http://warhawk.arvixe.com/~genchiro/?p=8683#comment-108 Dr. Ben has taken the first step of getting his practice under control by using a company that offers task management. However, he appears to have skipped the next critical step: learning and implementing the system. The ticket bench will allow Luisa to ensure that each task is completed by the necessary team member. Utilizing the ticket system to alert them of products that need ordering will eliminate the need for 3 people to check and double check a paper inventory list. While anything new may cause short term stress of the team during the learning process, but what is the cost of not doing it?

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Comment on Growth | Tackling Task Management by Robin Kortman http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/growth-tackling-task-management/#comment-107 Tue, 20 Jan 2015 15:38:00 +0000 http://warhawk.arvixe.com/~genchiro/?p=8683#comment-107 Change is difficult, but necessary to move forward. Practices have increased demands by payers in
order to get paid. Genesis has implemented a workflow process that allows physicians and staff to track what needs to be completed and see what’s been done to decrease wasted time on tasks and focus on patient needs.

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Comment on Growth | Task Management by Tim Helfinstine http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/growth-task-management/#comment-106 Wed, 14 Jan 2015 16:28:00 +0000 http://warhawk.arvixe.com/~genchiro/?p=8653#comment-106 Dr.Ben seems to be suffering from a lack of task management and organization. Having to follow up on the administrative tasks of the office takes him away from his primary function which is the treatment and care of his patients. We all know that as a provider and business owner, the doctor has a dual responsibility to handle and oversee both aspects of the office.
Utilizing a management system that will alleviate the question of “who is doing (or not doing) what” will greatly improve his ability to focus on patient care.

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Comment on Growth | Task Management by Candace Coleman http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/growth-task-management/#comment-105 Wed, 14 Jan 2015 13:55:00 +0000 http://warhawk.arvixe.com/~genchiro/?p=8653#comment-105 Without a process to create, assign, and manage tasks in Dr. Ben’s office him along with the staff will continue to become more frustrated and less efficient. There is no organization and more importantly zero accountability here. I work with practices that are committed to utilizing Workflow to create and track tasks – this gives the practice owner as well as staff the peace of mind knowing nothing has been forgotten or lost. Implementing Workflow has helped my clients spend MORE time treating patients and growing their practice and less time chasing paper files. What a waste of time!

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Comment on Growth | Task Management by Michelle Corrigan http://genesischiropracticsoftware.com/growth-task-management/#comment-104 Fri, 09 Jan 2015 18:17:00 +0000 http://warhawk.arvixe.com/~genchiro/?p=8653#comment-104 Unfortunately, the chaos is Dr. Ben’s office is not uncommon. Dr. Ben and his staff are spending more time identifying what needs to be done and who should do it than they spend completing each task. A practice management system that specializes in workflow would eliminate that. How much more time cold they spend with their patients if the tasks were brought to the person responsible on a daily basis?

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