Improve office communication with an in-house newsletter
Editor's note: This is the first in a two-part series on how publishing a newsletter can benefit your practice. Next month, we'll look at how sending a newsletter to patients can help market your practice. Communicating with staffers and physicians about new goals and initiatives at a large practice can be a frustrating task for a practice administrator or office manager. When regular meetings, e-mails, and faceto-face conversations aren't doing the job, an internal newsletter can be the perfect tool to keep everyone in your practice on the same page.
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