20 episodes

Dr. Cary Yurkiw, DC has practiced Chiropractic for over 26 years in multiple clinic settings. He offers his practice management skills to doctors and therapists that want to grow and succeed in practice.

Practice Management Podcast Dr.Cary Yurkiw, DC

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Dr. Cary Yurkiw, DC has practiced Chiropractic for over 26 years in multiple clinic settings. He offers his practice management skills to doctors and therapists that want to grow and succeed in practice.

    Today's Practice Minute: Are you a new doctor or therapist that needs career help? We are working with new graduates to help them in practice.

    Today's Practice Minute: Are you a new doctor or therapist that needs career help? We are working with new graduates to help them in practice.

    Are you a new doctor or therapist that needs career help? We are working with new graduates to help them in practice. We focused on a balanced approach for work and life and systems for success. What is your greatest fear? What are your biggest obstacles? We are here to help. DM us for an initial consultation. Video link : https://youtu.be/KG6ddVJOGTw

    • 36 sec
    Today's practice minute: Are you returning to your clinic soon? Here are a few tips

    Today's practice minute: Are you returning to your clinic soon? Here are a few tips

    Today we are talking about returning to work and best practices with the new normal. Your regulator will have minimum requirements for you but I encourage you to go above and beyond the minimum requirements for best practices in your community. This will re-assure patients and staff that have uncomfortable because they have not been out in public. Click on our link to download our free “Tips to Return to Work” checklist. And subscribe to our podcast and You Tube channel for more practice tips. https://truenorthpm.ck.page/e8992ea8e3

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    Today's Practice Minute: Returning to your practice

    Today's Practice Minute: Returning to your practice

    Welcome to today’s Practice Minute. Before I continue, I often forget to encourage my listeners to click the subscribe button below if you want to get more podcasts like this one that will encourage you in your health care practice. Today we are talking about getting back into your practice and how things will be different. I attended a webinar earlier today that gave us as health professionals more information on how to return to practice. It is important to consider how your patients feel about going out into public and being in your clinic after an extended period of being at home. Also, we have to be considerate of how the staff feels about coming back to your practice. We want to make sure our staff feel safe and comfortable in their work environment. We want to talk to our staff now about how staff feel and prepare our staff to see patients again.You will need to get PPE equipment for your clinic based on your state or provincial regulator. They will provide the minimal requirements. I will encourage you to go over and above that minimum requirement for the best practice in your practice. You want to be a leader in your professional and community. You may have to control the number of patients coming into your practice and where the patients are located within your practice. Train your staff to schedule patients accordingly to avoid congestion and maintain social distance. You will need protocols in case a patient comes in sick, a staff member, doctor or therapist has symptoms. Make sure everyone is aware of procedures in case this happens and have a backup plan in case your staff or professionals have to miss work. This may include a locum or relief doctor, and scheduling changes for staff to compensate for someone that needs to be away.On the business side of practice, you may have to raise your rates to offset the new way of doing business and the cost of PPE equipment. If you need help with your practice and career please DM me. I know what it is like to get stuck and not know how to take the next step and I am here to help you with your business and career with over 26 years of practice experience. That is why I decided to become a business coach for health professionals.Our specialty is getting professionals to the next level and encouraging them to focus on the big picture. Our goal is to see our clients full of hope, happy to serve their community, healthy so they can practice for a long time, and prosperous in the process.

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    Intro to my Business Coaching for Health Professionals

    Intro to my Business Coaching for Health Professionals

    Hello, my name is Dr. Cary Yurkiw, DC and I chose to become a business coach two years ago because I wanted to share my experience with new doctors and therapists in practice. I remember graduating 26 years ago and being very energetic but lacking experience. Fortunately, I had two family members that were health professionals and they were my mentors. I looked up to them not only in practice but life too. I could see how well they managed their practice, lifestyle and family including their children. During the last few weeks as clinics were shut down and I could not do locums, it gave me much more time to work on my consulting business. I have really enjoyed learning how to do YouTube videos like this one, social media posts, and I've worked with several students at various colleges to improve their resume to look like a professional looking CV. I have even taken the next step for the students to arrange interviews for them with potential employers that would be a good fit for their skill set and personality. If you are interested in my coaching to take your career to the next step please DM me and I would be happy to talk to you. www.truenorthpracticemanagement.com

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    Today's Practice Minute: Cash flow crisis

    Today's Practice Minute: Cash flow crisis

    Hello, everybody, it's Dr. Cary Yurkiw, DC and welcome to today's practice minute. Today we're talking about money. These are challenging times, and any small issues become much bigger at times of stress, including money. Clinics, doctors, therapists and students are concerned about their finances. Some are in great shape with lots of cash reserves to use during this challenging time others have had to get loans or assistance to be able to keep going. Some people are struggling because they're using up their savings quickly or don't have any savings, which is causing a crisis. They have to make payment arrangements with vendors. We may have learned a good lesson to decide what matters and how we want to move forward with our finances. What have you learned? www.truenorthpracticemanagement.comInstagram: @TrueNorthPMFacebook: @TrueNorthPracticeManagement Twitter:@TrueNorthPMTik Tok: @TrueNorthPMSnapchat: @TrueNorthpm#health #help #service #clinic #management #success #goals #dreams #healthcare #employment #principle #hire #HR #employee #business #practice #clinic #manager #interview #goodfit #recruiter #doctor #therapist #clinic #management #consultant #help #coach #audiobook @audible #work #career #professional #recruitment #headhunter #video #marketing #healthcare #businessoach #doctor #therapist #student #healthprofessional #getthewordout #service #care #health #practice #clinic #success #tellpeoplewhatyoudo #helpmorepeople #community #healthcareprofessional #healthcareheroes #healthcareworkers#bio #resume #CV #job #search #help #cashflow #cashmoney #moneymoneymoney #moneymoney #moneyadvice

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    Today's Practice Minute: Customer Service

    Today's Practice Minute: Customer Service

    Hello, it's Dr. Yurkiw here and welcome to today's practice minute. Today I want to talk about customer service. What makes one Clinic more successful than another are several factors, including customer service. Today I had fantastic customer service from American Express. The customer service rep on the phone could answer some of my questions but had to transfer me to another department to answer the others. She was having difficulty doing that but continued to check in on me and update me on how she was doing about every 20 to 30 seconds. Once she was successful, I told her I appreciated the answer she gave me and the accountability to keep me posted on the process and not leaving me on hold for too long. The way it made me feel was I was important to her and the company. I wanted to share this example with you so you can focus on customer service with your employees as they are a direct extension of you in your clinic. I'd love to hear from you so please DM me any questions that you have and follow us at True North PM on social media.www.truenorthpracticemanagement.comInstagram: @TrueNorthPMFacebook: @TrueNorthPracticeManagement Twitter:@TrueNorthPMTik Tok: @TrueNorthPMSnapchat: @TrueNorthpm

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