Admin tasks gobbling up your time?

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  • Tuesday, 27 June 2017 10:06
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Are you spending your valuable time doing too much admin, and not enough of the other things you need to do? This can be detrimental to your practice. It reduces your billable hours and means you run out of time to plan and operate your practice efficiently.

Do I need a PRODA account?

Do you have a PRODA account? Maybe you heard of PRODA but are unsure what it is? Today we look at what it is, and how it’s beneficial for you as an allied health practitioner.

Promoting the NDIS to clients

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  • Tuesday, 13 June 2017 14:14
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Whilst the NDIS is a new concept for many practitioners, remember it is also a new concept for your current clients. I have had many clients ask me “what is the NDIS thing?” It is important that we work at assisting our current clients to learn how they may benefit from and be involved in the NDIS.

5 handy tips for NDIS providers

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  • Tuesday, 13 June 2017 13:01
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If you are in the process of setting up your practice for NDIS, or thinking of registering as a provider, here are 5 small but useful tips that might help you to understand how you can apply NDIS smoothly into your practice.

One essential NDIS marketing tool for your practice

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  • Tuesday, 13 June 2017 12:19
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You open an allied health practice. Hooray! Your caseload is made up of NDIS participants. You don’t really think much about marketing as the clients are coming and you are busy. Sound like you?

3 marketing tips for NDIS providers

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  • Tuesday, 13 June 2017 11:10
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I always talk about marketing in allied health because I think ethical marketing is so important for many reasons. Firstly, it can ensure people are finding your service and staying with your service, and secondly, it can lead to greater client outcomes.

Important considerations when registering for the NDIS

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  • Tuesday, 06 June 2017 13:34
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The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is approaching full swing with more and more areas of Australia due to roll out the scheme. What does this bring for allied health? The NDIS brings opportunity to provide valuable services for participants of the scheme. If you are in the process of looking into becoming a provider of the NDIS, or are just starting the registration process, there are some important things to consider...

Wondering if your practice Facebook page is worth it?

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  • Wednesday, 31 May 2017 13:25
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Being on Facebook is a great marketing tool for allied health practices. According to Sensis, in Australia last year, 55% of the population were on the internet more than 5 times a day. Of those who accessed the internet, 26% used social media sites more than 5 times a day and 63% of people in Australia use their social media accounts after work or in the evenings.

Are these time problems affecting your day?

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  • Monday, 22 May 2017 17:50
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Working harder does not always been better things will come your way. Working harder means often more hours, more fatigue, and can be a reflection of in-efficiency in your workplace. There are a few key ways we use our time that can be really detrimental to a practice that is wanting to become more efficient. Knowing which ones relate to us is a great first step in then trying to reduce their impact on our day to day.

Not the time for tea: how to have a difficult conversation

If you have joined me over the past couple of weeks as we have explored why difficult conversations are sometimes necessary in the workplace, and how to plan for these – today is the big one! How to actually run that conversation.

Planning for a difficult conversation

Today I will share with you some tips on how to prepare to have a difficult conversation in your workplace - effective planning can lay a good foundation toward positive outcomes.

Do you need to have a difficult conversation?

Last week I completed a TAFE Statement in HR Mentor, Difficult Conversations in the Workplace. It was a great reminder that difficult conversations are sometimes unavoidable in business, but with the right approach and planning, they can achieve outcomes that are not necessarily detrimental for your practice.

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