employee training

Cross Training Employees

Training staff members to perform multiple roles can help aesthetic practices run more smoothly and improve the patient experience.
Cross Training Employees

What do you do when your office manager calls in sick? Your receptionist? An ancillary provider? If even one staff member is missing—be it due to vacation, illness or emergency—it can bring the practice workflow to a screeching halt. Cross training employees to perform multiple roles within the office not only keeps the practice running smoothly, it helps improve the patient experience and reduce staff burnout.

Successful Delegation

Comprehensive training, familiarity with state regulations and patient communication are key to successfully integrating physician extenders.
Successful Delegation

The demand for noninvasive cosmetic procedures continues to grow, outpacing surgical procedures in plastic surgery practices and comprising a high percentage of the work performed in many dermatology practices. Also growing is the number of physicians delegating aesthetic procedures to registered nurses (RNs), nurse practitioners (NPs), physician assistants (PAs) and estheticians.