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Running Your Chiropractic Practice Just Became Easier

Renowned Practice Management Expert Explains How Chiropractors Can Be Successful From Day One by Managing Their Practice and Their Brand Effectively

Phoenix, MD (May 15, 2013)-- Today, chiropractors face a brutal business environment in which to operate their practice, with challenges like marketing, patient retention, staff management and insurance industry pressures dragging down profits daily. But if they take advantage of the tips and strategies available in Patient Acceleration: Helping Chiropractors Maximize Patient Volume and Revenue practices can dramatically improve their operations, strengthen their brand and build patient loyalty.

Media Links for Establishing, Managing and Protecting Your Online Reputation: A Social Media Guide for Physicians and Medical Practices

List of media national media coverage for the new Greenbranch book " Establishing, Managing, and Protecting Your Online Reputation: A Social Media Guide for Physicians and Medical Practices." by Kevin Pho, MD ( and Susan gGay.
Social Media's Leading Physician Voice (KevinMD) Shows Doctors and Medical Practices How to Embrace Social Media for Reputation Management

Phoenix, MD (1/30/13) - The availability of online health information combined with social media channels like Twitter and Facebook has created a new generation of patients. They are empowered. They have a voice in their own care that they never had before. And they're not afraid to use it. Bottom line: If doctors don' t take steps to define themselves online, patients will.

New Book Helps Medical Practices Use The Secrets Within the ERISA Regulations to Their Benefit and an Increase in Practice Profitability

The Federal law ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) helps the majority of medical practices make carriers pay on claims that are now being denied, delayed and recouped. A small percentage of practices understand how ERISA works -- yet with this new book, ERISA could possibly become a practice's best friend!

New Medical Practice Patient Safety Series From Greenbranch Publishing and Stevens & Lee

Jul 25, 2012 (GlobeNewswire via COMTEX) -- The Supreme Court of the United States' ruling on Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) has raised the stakes for healthcare professionals. Patient safety is now not only about protecting patients but also part of new incentives for physician reimbursement . Greenbranch Publishing and Stevens & Lee have joined forces to help physicians and their practices in the new safety environment.

Think Business! Medical Practice Quality, Efficiency, Profits

"I would wager that most physician readers of this book have never had a formal opportunity to learn most of the content presented herein.

I would further wager, that most physician readers have no sense who the modern masters of management are including Senge, Drucker, Collins, Demming, and Kotter. These giants have revolutionized the business world and it is as though our physician colleagues have been left out of the conversation.

Ironically, physicians control nearly 16% of the world’s largest capitalistic economy and have little or no preparation to actively participate in the management of those resources.

Kudos then, to Owen Dahl, on his insightful and helpful book, principally designed in my view to get physicians back on track, enabling them to grasp the main take-home messages from the management and leadership giants named above. Here is my analogy. In American medical colleges and hospitals, we are building a physician on the factory floor akin to the 1975 Detroit model of a Chevrolet Impala with rear wheel drive, no airbags and no antilock breaks. The marketplace on the other hand, is demanding a "physician Honda Accord" with every conceivable safety and electronic gadget."
David B. Nash, MD, MBA, FACP,
Professor and Chairman of the Department of Health Policy at Jefferson Medical College 

Medical Practice Management Podcast and MedBlog Site SoundPractice.Net Seeks Underwriting through Closed Bid

Greenbranch Publishing, a leading media company and publisher of medical practice management educational materials, today initiated a confidential bid process to solicit exclusive sponsorship and advertising of its podcast and medblog site (

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New Book 'The Prescription for Financial Health' Because Doctors Financial Future No Longer Secure

Phoenix, Maryland, 09/27/2005 - Greenbranch Publishing announced its new book for physicians, “The Prescription for Financial Health: An Authoritative Guide for Physicians,” by Joel Blau, CFP and Ronald Paprocki, JD, CFP, CHBC, paperback, 251 pages, ISBN: 0-9768343-1-6.

Nancy Collins, President of Greenbranch Publishing, said today, “We are very excited about this new book and its timeliness. Physicians, no matter what their age, can benefit from this comprehensive, step-by-step guide to building a successful financial future while doing what they do best, which is taking care of patients.”

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SoundPractice.Net Hosts Grand Rounds - Carnival of Caregivers #52

 September 21, 2005 -- Done every week all over the world, hospital and academic medical center staff and physicians meet at Grand Rounds where they discuss topics of great importance.

Grand Rounds (Carnival of Caregivers) is established to provide the medical blogosphere a place to meet virtually at a new, alternating website to provide the best medical blogs of the week for the education and enjoyment of the general public. Grand Rounds (Carnival of Caregivers) is celebrating its one year anniversary on September 27, 2005.

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New Medical Practice Book: Judy Capko’s “Secrets of the Best-Run Practices”

Phoenix, MD September 9, 2005 -- Greenbranch Publishing announced today the printing of its new book for physicians and medical practice administrators, “Secrets of the Best-Run Practices” by Judy Capko; paperback, 198 pages, ISBN: 0-9700469-9-5, $64.00.

In this easy-to-read, easy-to-understand book, the author provides uncomplicated and smart approaches to solving managements' biggest headaches. The book is written to help a physician or practice administrator create a practice where staff wants to work and patients want to come.

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