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  1. How-To Respond to Crises in Your Medical Practice

    By April 4, 2017 4:44 pm


    So much of what we do revolves around communication. That topic is a focus of this blog, largely because we at the company are building a communications tool. Which got us thinking about the importance of good communication when things go wrong. That, in turn, led us to thinking about crises in general – how people respond and how crises can be managed. As we looked around the web and crisis management articles, we pulled some common themes and suggestions, and compiled them here. You’re running a medical practice, so of course we’re not going to tell you and your team how to handle acute medical situations. And any crisis tends to require a similar process as in a medical emergency, so nothing here will be too new. Even so, and even though we’re not a PR firm, we hope that this will be a useful reminder that other situations may come up and help you prepare for them.

  2. [New from BeckonCall] – Easier Filtering for Message Logs

    By March 31, 2017 6:30 pm


    We are excited to announce brand new updates to the BeckonCall message logs!

    As you know, all of your practice’s communications using the BeckonCall app are documented and accessible, should you ever need to recreate a situation for legal purposes or otherwise. But now, your message logs are simpler to use and more actionable than ever!


  3. 7+ Apps Every Medical Practice Manager Should Know

    By March 27, 2017 5:43 pm


    We love mobile technology here at BeckonCall. It’s what we do, it’s all we think about. Sometimes, though, we spend so much time working on our mobile platform that we don’t come for air to give props to other people out there making cool apps. So, knowing that we’re all working to make your job as a practice administrator easier and more efficient, here are a few apps we think are worth checking out for you and your providers.

  4. Patient Engagement: How to Make Your Practice Magnetic

    By March 14, 2017 12:20 am




    Good medical care can’t be a one-way street. Patients must engage in their own care, being proactive in minimizing the risk of problems where possible and adhering to prescribed therapies when things do go wrong. In addition to the primary goal of improving health, good patient engagement has the added benefit of building the relationship between your practice and the people coming to you for care. This has the potential to boost retention and referrals, making patient engagement programs a good business decision, as well. Furthermore, in the age of value-based care, improving outcomes is a critical piece of reimbursement. And when patients take control of their health, outcomes improve.