We know that making changes in your practice can be met with apprehension, so sticking with the status quo can seem like the easy, comfortable option. However, an aversion to change will also prevent your practice from innovating and growing. Have you considered what you’re missing out on by not moving to the cloud?
When we discuss work-life balance, we often focus on how we divide our time — how much time we spend at the office vs. how much time we can devote to our family and friends, pursuing hobbies, traveling, etc. When we pit work vs. life against each other, many of us would choose more “life” time. But the time you spend at your practice is a large part of your life; let’s make it count.
Imagine cutting out tons of manual data entry — no more overtime or outsourcing to input billing information, as one example. How much time would that give you back? Imagine integrated systems, working seamlessly together that equate to no extra clicks, no wasted time and no needless stress.
A complete cloud solution can improve the daily functions of every member of your team, reinvigorating the practice. If you can provide better service to your patients, work will feel more rewarding, less tedious, and ideally, less like “work” at all.
Then once you’re home, you can relax. Less stressful work days set the tone for more calming evenings, weekends and vacations. And, don’t worry, in the event you need to access any patient information — charting, scheduling, payments — when you’re offsite, your data is secure and accessible to you at any time. You don’t need to go into the office, remote in via a VPN, call a tech professional, get anyone’s login, etc. Simply log in and get it done. Back to your life.