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Serving One Patient & How Adaptability is Key in Practice Management with Peter Berger

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Serving One Patient & How Adaptability is Key in Practice Management with Peter Berger

Healthcare is undeniably one of the most demanding career fields, and high levels of burnout and stress add to the already complex nature workers face, which is why it is…
December 17, 2020

Serving One Patient & How Adaptability is Key in Practice Management with Peter Berger

Healthcare is undeniably one of the most demanding career fields, and high levels of burnout and stress add to the already complex nature workers face, which is why it is so important to find out how others keep their passion for healthcare burning.  That’s one of the topics that we cover in the continuation of our interview with Peter Berger.

In the first episode of our interview, we talked about Peter’s successes. He shared with us how he helped his practice successfully move from paper to electronic records. We also covered the value of sheer determination, and how we communicate to our team really matters.

In this episode, Peter shares how he stays motivated. He also talks about facing and managing failures, choosing to make the best decisions and living with them, the challenge of relearning new skills and making emotional investments, and more. So please tune in!

For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com 

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