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The Medical Management Podcast

The Medical Management Podcast is focused on helping medical practice managers level up their practice.

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Career Change in Healthcare

We have an incredible guest on the show today, welcome Doug Crabtree! Doug is the former CEO of the Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center before he pivoted into teaching. He is now the executive in residence at Idaho State University. He also reflects on how he changed from helping people in the hospital environment to teaching tomorrow’s leaders in the health administration industry.  Doug stands proud of himself when serving people, whether it is in the hospital or in the teaching setting.
October 14, 2021

The Terrible Act of Firing Someone

This week’s episode is about the terrible act of letting someone go. Both employer and employee will go through this at some point in their work lives. Jesse shares his thoughts and advice regarding this situation. One side of it is getting better at the process of firing someone while the other is feeling the uncomfortable emotions of doing it. These two have to be separated from the start, because doing so will never get any easier. Another great tip from Jesse is getting external help either from HR management or an attorney’s office to make sure everything is correct and in place.  From common mistakes to tips on how to deal when you have to let someone go, this episode brings you a little bit of peace of mind. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com. 
October 7, 2021

Being Your Best Self in a Planning Session

How can we be the most effective and successful in our out-of-clinic planning sessions?  This is this week’s topic and hosts Jesse and Jay are ready to give you the best advice ever! Jay starts saying that the best planning sessions have planning processes in place. Setting aside time for you to plan your sessions is extremely important to not dwell on the long list of to-dos. Reflection is also a great space to let things digest. Knowing yourself is truly important to always be on top of your game for the meetings. These sessions need the team’s full openness and vulnerability, and once ended everyone must stay aligned. Get to your planning sessions with these incredible pieces of advice!! For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com
September 30, 2021

Being Your Best Self in a Planning Session

How can we be the most effective and successful in our out-of-clinic planning sessions?  This is this week’s topic and hosts Jesse and Jay are ready to give you the best advice ever! Jay starts saying that the best planning sessions have planning processes in place. Setting aside time for you to plan your sessions is extremely important to not dwell on the long list of to-dos.  Reflection is also a great space to let things digest. Knowing yourself is truly important to always be on top of your game for the meetings. These sessions need the team’s full openness and vulnerability, and once ended everyone must stay aligned. Get to your planning sessions with these incredible pieces of advice!! For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com
September 30, 2021

Taking Action in this Staffing Crisis with Jesse and Jay

Recruiting and retaining employees is one of the most pressing issues in any industry right now. After over 15 months of the covid-19 pandemic, managers see that many applicants are scheduling interviews, but they never show up. Workers across all industries are tired or burnt out, and having little pick-me-ups can help as an incentive. These incentives can come in a taco truck on a specific day or mental health resources available. Another piece of advice Jesse gives is restructuring the workflows to see where can holes are supported and dealt with. Their final thought goes about leaders in this precise moment and how they have to double-check themselves to take care of their team. Join Jesse and Jay to recognize the roots of what is going on in management right now. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com. 
September 8, 2021

Should we buy a building? with Jesse and Jay

If you’re an independent practitioner and you’re wondering if buying or not your own real estate, this episode is perfect for you!  Jay and Jesse discuss this issue from different perspectives. They also ponder the pros and cons list of owning real estate for your practice. While you can have the autonomy to do things you like on the property, there are added tasks like fixing the building on your own. Jesse and Jay dive deep into the considerations you might want to have before making a decision. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com. 
August 26, 2021

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The Medical Management Podcast

The Medical Management Podcast is focused on helping medical practice managers level up their practice. We channel over 43 years of medical practice management into actionable advice aimed to help you level up your practice. Through interviews with front-line managers and industry leaders, we bring you resources, tools, and inspiration to grow your practice.
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Team

Jay Holmes

Jay Holmes

Visionary/CFO/Principal


Jay has spent the majority of his career in public accounting, with a lot of that working with small businesses in the healthcare industry. During a portion of that time, he served on Intuit’s Accountant Council helping lead innovation in the small business accounting arena. His public accounting days are happily behind him, and he spends his time now as the visionary and CFO of MedMan helping medical practices thrive.
Jesse Arnoldson

Jesse Arnoldson

Administrator/Principal


Jesse has spent the first three years of his career traveling the North West as an interim administrator for MedMan, working with practice experiencing enormous amounts of change and challenge. Since then he’s grown roots as the administrator for a pediatrics group in Boise, ID.

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