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Practice Productivity: How to do More with Less while Positively Impacting your Team and Patient Weight Loss Outcomes

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Presented by Karol Clark, MSN, RN, CEO/Weight Loss Practice Builder

It happens to nearly everyone: You start your week with great goals, intentions and a plan of action. Then, at the end of the day, it seems as if all you did was put out fires. This cycle can be broken for you, your team and your patients with obesity. And the answer is usually not to throw more resources at the problem. In this complimentary webinar, Weight Loss Practice Builder CEO Karol Clark, MSN, RN, breaks down what practice productivity is all about and how you can do more with less while creating predictable peace and performance for you and your team while improving outcomes for your patients with obesity.
 
Learning Objectives:

  • Define practice productivity, benefits, potential pitfalls and how to measure it in your practice
  • Identify the key ingredients required for a productive practice environment
  • List the exact prioritized steps to create a productive practice that generates peace and predictability for you, streamlined operations for your team, and improved outcomes for your weight loss patients

ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Karol Clark is a best-selling author who has a passion for helping physicians integrate effective, profitable weight loss services and retail sales into their practice while improving patient outcomes and enjoying the journey along the way. Her use of non-traditional (easy to implement) medical marketing strategies, along with her dedication to a positive ROI makes her a uniquely different and sought after weight loss business consultant. Karol is the CEO of Weight Loss Practice Builder and the exclusive membership program for weight loss practitioners, www.BariatricBusinessBoss.com. She has more than 20 years of experience working with surgical and medical weight loss patients and assisting physicians build an enjoyable bariatric practice.

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