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The Medical Management Podcast

The Medical Management Podcast

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

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Building Your Healthcare Network with Donna Bergman

In this second part of our interview with Donna, we cover the power of networking and dive deep into actionable steps to building a strong health care network. Jesse swaps stories with Donna on how they got into their respective local chapters. Donna recounts her funny experiences building a network and the piece of advice her boss and mentor told her. She also shares how networking can impact a career, tips on the best ways to engage with your local chapter, and ways to build great network support. If you've been struggling to create a network, this episode will inspire you to work harder and smarter. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com. 
June 17, 2021

The Clinic of the Future with Donna Bergman

Healthcare should be easy for everyone to understand, but more often than not, it is complicated for patients and families to navigate. Today's guest, Donna Bergman, is a great example of someone 'who has a chip on her shoulder' on how things are done and has come up with ways to make changes. Director of Population Health for St. Luke's Health System; Donna shares some of her challenges and frustrations in the health care system and what she is doing to improve patient outcomes. She paints a picture of the change she hopes to see and talks about a team-based patient-focused model that can deliver care while also caring for doctors and other providers. Change is never easy, but with the new model Donna is talking about, it might be just what we need to elevate patient outcomes and reduce physician burnout. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com. 
June 15, 2021

Living Your Values Series- Intellectual Curiosity – Part 2 with Jesse and Jay

How do we know when someone lives to our company values? This is one of the main questions that Jesse and Jay answer in this second episode of the Living Your Values mini-series. Jesse shares the three main things he looks at in an individual when it comes to Intellectual Curiosity. Jesse also reflects on what traits he likes people to have when he is hiring. Together, they finish the conversation by discussing the opposite of values. Like they say: always keep being a student. Intellectual Curiosity is a value that your superiors will truly cherish! For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com. 
June 10, 2021

Living Your Values Series- Intellectual Curiosity – Part 1 with Jesse and Jay

Welcome to the first episode of a new mini-series about how we live our values at MedMan. In the following episodes, we want to share how our core values transcend in everything we do. Intellectual Curiosity is a must for every team member at MedMan; it should be for your company too! Intellectual curiosity is like a muscle. You can exercise to make it stronger to turn it into a daily habit. Promoting the values within the team is also important. Jay dives deep into the hiring process and finding this curiosity in the candidates. Jesse and Jay share how they promote intellectual curiosity at MedMan; join them and try to apply this at your job! For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com. 
June 8, 2021

Building Your Leadership Team with Jesse Arnoldson

Team leadership is something organizations are working on every single day. Jesse and Jay are back together to discuss how we can build our team’s leadership. Jesse learned that leaning on teammates from either the clinical part or the business part is essential through management. Also, checking which individuals in those branches are potential leaders. Asking for more people to come to the team may be a difficult conversation. Jesse shares his advice on how to approach high-level individuals to justify your needs. We end this conversation with, what we imagine, is the perfect management team, their skills, and traits. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com. 
May 20, 2021

The Danger of Too Many Direct Reports with Jesse Arnoldson

How many direct reports are enough? Managers and leaders often have this question in mind when working. Jay and Jesse discuss this topic thoroughly based on their experience at MedMan. Even though the amount of reports depends on the practice one is managing, they are essential for decision-making. With this in mind, the amount recommended by Jesse is between 7 and 10. They have implemented several techniques at the clinics to improve the direct report system, like a roundabout analogy and schedule templates. Also, they talk about motivation and how keeping the team’s spirit up is an instant pathway to a good job. Join our two hosts in this conversation and see which advice you can implement at work! For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com 
May 18, 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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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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