Front Office Success

Front Office Success Author Elizabeth W. Woodcock
ISBN-10 1568293798
Release 2011
Pages 205
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"Front office operations are critical to optimize patient service and patient flow in a medical practice. The ideas, descriptions, and resources in this training guide are valuable whether your front office employees are new, changing duties, or looking for new ideas for roles they have been performing for many years"--Provided by publisher.



TEXTBOOK OF FRONT OFFICE MGMT OP

TEXTBOOK OF FRONT OFFICE MGMT   OP Author ANDREWS
ISBN-10 9781259082962
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Based on the broad curriculam of the 3-degree course of the National Council for Hotel Management & Catering Technology, this Comprehensive textbook aims to cover all relevent aspects ans issues related to front office operations in the hotel & hospitality industry.



Front Office Management for the Veterinary Team

Front Office Management for the Veterinary Team Author Heather Prendergast
ISBN-10 9780323291514
Release 2014-09-30
Pages 496
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A complete guide to veterinary office management, Front Office Management for the Veterinary Team, 2nd Edition focuses on the day-to-day front office skills you need to become a valuable member of the veterinary team. It covers duties ranging from scheduling appointments to billing and accounting, managing inventory and medical records, marketing, using outside diagnostic laboratory services, and communicating effectively and compassionately with clients. This edition includes an updated chapter on pet health insurance and wellness programs as well as updated coverage of office procedures and technology. Step-by-step instructions simplify essential front office tasks! Comprehensive coverage of front office skills includes telephone skills, appointment scheduling, admitting and discharging patients, and communicating with clients. Coverage of clinical assisting ranges from examinations and history taking for patients to kennels and boarding procedures, as well as radiology and laboratory procedures. Veterinary Ethics and Legal Issues chapter helps you protect the practice, and run an office based on ethical principles. An Evolve companion website lets you practice front office tasks with exercises in bookkeeping/accounts receivable, appointment management, and charting. Downloadable working forms offer practice in completing sample checks, laboratory forms, and incident reports. Review questions and suggested activities reinforce important concepts presented in each chapter. Information on electronic banking and tax forms ensures that you adhere to the latest financial guidelines. Information on security in office communication covers the most current methods of safe, electronic communication. Practice Point boxes highlight practical information to remember while on the job. UPDATED Pet Health Insurance and Wellness Programs chapter describes how pet insurance and wellness programs may integrated into a successful business. UPDATED chapters include the most current information on team management, human resources, marketing, inventory management, and preparing and maintaining a budget. UPDATED coverage of technology and procedures includes new computer screen shots, new photos, revised What Would You Do/Not Do boxes addressing real-life situations, and a glossary, helping you make a smooth transition into the workplace.



From Front Office to Front Line

From Front Office to Front Line Author
ISBN-10 9781599406176
Release 2011-11-01
Pages 188
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Provides detailed strategies to help leaders and their organizations address critical challenges in a changing health care environment.



Defining IT Success Through The Service Catalog

Defining IT Success Through The Service Catalog Author Troy DuMoulin
ISBN-10 9789087532215
Release 2007-02-12
Pages 118
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The Service Catalog is a fundamental IT tool covering the services themselves, default capabilities, measures and primary means of access and provision. In short, it represents the value IT provides to facilitate business operations. Written by industry experts and using real case studies, this valuable title takes the reader beyond the theoretical to focus on the real business benefits of Service Catalogs and how to implement them successfully within an organization: Services are made standard and rational, leading to lower costs and increased service availability Standard ‘service products’ enable forecasting of demand, leading to better volume discounts from vendors and improved inventory and capacity planning Controls over consumption of services are enhanced The fulfillment of IT services is improved with the catalog. Standardization of services leads to recurrent workflows, rather than relatively expensive one-off projects



George Weiss

George Weiss Author Burton A. Boxerman
ISBN-10 9780786472536
Release 2016-07-26
Pages 232
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The New York Yankees were the strongest team in the majors from 1948 through 1960, capturing the American League Pennant 10 times and winning seven World Championships. The average fan, when asked who made the team so dominant, will mention Joe DiMaggio, Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford or Mickey Mantle. Some will insist manager Casey Stengel was the key. But pundits at the time, and respected historians today, consider the shy, often taciturn George Martin Weiss the real genius behind the Yankees' success. Weiss loved baseball but lacked the ability to play. He made up for it with the savvy to run a team better than his competitors. He spent more than 50 years in the game, including nearly 30 with the Yankees. Before becoming their general manager, he created their superlative farm system that supplied the club with talented players. When the Yankees retired him at 67, the newly franchised New York Mets immediately hired him to build their team. This book is the first definitive biography of Weiss, a Hall of Famer hailed for contributing "as much to baseball as any man the game could ever know."



Creating Career Success A Flexible Plan for the World of Work

Creating Career Success  A Flexible Plan for the World of Work Author Francine Fabricant
ISBN-10 9781285687285
Release 2013-01-01
Pages 336
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Today's workplace is a dynamic, ever-changing environment. Job security is a thing of the past, layoffs are common, and people change jobs and careers frequently. Students need to be prepared to adapt to the unexpected twists and turns they may face. CREATING CAREER SUCCESS helps students develop a self-directed, proactive, flexible plan to launch and manage their careers over the years to come, using the latest technological resources and job search strategies. Through a process of self-assessment, career exploration, and self-promotion students discover how to connect their skills, interests and values to a variety of possible careers, build relationships, and present themselves in the best possible light to potential employers. Most importantly, students are encouraged to keep their minds and options open, and to engage themselves fully in the career development process. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Managing front office operations

Managing front office operations Author Michael L. Kasavana
ISBN-10 0866120610
Release 1991
Pages 435
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Managing front office operations has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Managing front office operations also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Managing front office operations book for free.



Keys to the Medical Front Office

Keys to the Medical Front Office Author Anne Seymour Johnson
ISBN-10 0984539514
Release 2013-02-01
Pages 158
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An everything you need to know guide for the medical front office. Written by a former medical office manager to welcome and onboard new employees, this step-by-step handbook quickly and effectively introduces the fundamental elements of the medical front office.



Frank Capra

Frank Capra Author Joseph McBride
ISBN-10 1604738391
Release 2011-06-02
Pages 800
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Moviegoers often assume Frank Capra’s life resembled his beloved films (such as Mr. Smith Goes to Washington and It’s a Wonderful Life). A man of the people faces tremendous odds and, by doing the right thing, triumphs! But as Joseph McBride reveals in this meticulously researched, definitive biography, the reality was far more complex, a true American tragedy. Using newly declassified U.S. government documents about Capra’s response to being considered a possible “subversive” during the post–World War II Red Scare, McBride adds a final chapter to his unforgettable portrait of the man who gave us It Happened One Night, Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, and Meet John Doe.



The Success Equation

The Success Equation Author Michael J. Mauboussin
ISBN-10 9781422184233
Release 2012
Pages 293
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Examines the importance of skill and luck, describes how to develop analytical tools to understand them, and offers suggestions on putting these findings to work to achieve success.



The Business of Neuropsychology

The Business of Neuropsychology Author Mark Barisa
ISBN-10 0199701660
Release 2010-03-01
Pages 240
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The purpose of this text is to provide an overview of basic business principles and how they can be used to enhance the stability and fiscal responsibility of neuropsychological practice. The principles discussed are are defined and information is provided to guide practical application of the concepts. The book is designed to benefit professionals at varying levels of practice regardless of their work setting, but focuses primarily on the issues related to neuropsychological practice. Graduate school catalogs and training program brochures reveal a broad array of educational opportunities designed to prepare future professionals for independent practice in neuropsychology. However, little is offered to prepare neuropsychologists for the business realities that await them in the workplace. The expectation that they will simply see patients and do quality clinical work is often in conflict with institutional goals of making money so that the doors can remain open. The result can be a cataclysmic "crash" when altruistic ideals meet capitalistic needs. The concepts of "cash is king" and "no margin, no mission" are foreign to most neuropsychologists until our own fiscal bottom line is affected. The Business of Neuropsychology also contains an overview of business "basics," such as budget and fiscal tracking, strategies for communicating with stakeholders in the business, front and back office flow and processes, billing, coding, marketing, referral relationship development, and staff growth and development. The Business of Neuropsychology is part of the Oxford AACN Workshop series.



Success Secrets of Sales Superstars

Success Secrets of Sales Superstars Author Robert L. Shook
ISBN-10 9781613082331
Release 2013-04-01
Pages 280
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Shook and Farber invite eager entrepreneurs to join 33 of today’s business and sales best as they share the details behind their greatest sales moves and ultimately, impart valuable lessons on how to sell your way to success. Crafted to cover a variety of industries, products, and services, this entertaining playbook urges entrepreneurs to reinvent their sales approach, illustrating proven techniques, tips, and tricks in each story and summarizing the unique take-away offered by its teller. Entrepreneurs uncover such pearls as how to ignite creativity to overcome sale barriers, how to create long-term customers, and how to sell what the customer wants (hint: it’s not always a product or service). Entrepreneurs also gain invaluable insight and encouragement as they turn from story to story, leaving the pages with lessons learned and the excitement of being privy to an exchange among the elite in their industry.



Fame to Infamy

Fame to Infamy Author David C. Ogden
ISBN-10 1604737522
Release 2010-10-14
Pages 208
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Fame to Infamy: Race, Sport, and the Fall from Grace follows the paths of sports figures who were embraced by the general populace but who, through a variety of circumstances, real or imagined, found themselves falling out of favor. The contributors focus on the roles played by athletes, the media, and fans in describing how once-esteemed popular figures find themselves scorned by the same public that at one time viewed them as heroic, laudable, or otherwise respectable. The book examines a wide range of sports and eras, and includes essays on Barry Bonds, Kirby Puckett, Mike Tyson, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa, Branch Rickey, Joe Louis and Max Schmeling, Michael Jordan, Wilt Chamberlain, and Jim Brown, as well as an afterword by noted scholar Jack Lule and an introduction by the editors. Fame to Infamy is an interdisciplinary volume encompassing numerous approaches in tracing the evolution of each subject's reputation and shifting public image.



The Information Ecology of E government

The Information Ecology of E government Author V. J. J. M. Bekkers
ISBN-10 1586034839
Release 2005-01
Pages 193
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It seems that only a short time ago, numerous academics and practitioners in the field were somewhat blinded by the successes of the dot-com developments in the private sector, and some of them enthusiastically claimed that public administration was to be revolutionized. But that did not happen, and also the dot-com soap bubble burst. This suggests that there is much yet to be learned about innovation in public administration, especially about innovations at the cornerstones of technological and institutional transformations. New and more fully developed formulations of theory into practice are needed. The goal of the editors of this book is to contribute to some aspects of the understanding of e-government. In order to understand electronic government, one has to scrutinize the various environments and contexts in which e-government is developed and implemented. As such, it builds upon the biological and environmental lines of reasoning that have been suggested by authors like Bonnie Nardi and Vicky O'Day, and Thomas Davenport and Laurence Prusak.



Start Your Own Wholesale Distribution Business

Start Your Own Wholesale Distribution Business Author Bridget McCrea
ISBN-10 9781613082836
Release 2014-11-17
Pages 101
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Like making deals and money but don’t care for the daily grind? Then consider becoming a middleman—the wholesaler—who buys goods from the manufacturer and sells them to retailers for a profit. With millions of products on the market already and new ones coming every day, the wholesale economy has plenty of room for growth. This easy-to-read guide covers locating manufacturers and retailers, securing product exclusives, and identifying prime locations for wholesale distributorship. With insider secrets for beating the competition and step-by-step instruction on how to start making money today, this fully revised third edition also covers he Internet’s growing role in distribution, effective strategies for dealing with shrinking profit margins, and specific product lines to focus on for maximum success.



Start Your Own Staffing Service

Start Your Own Staffing Service Author Entrepreneur magazine
ISBN-10 9781613082386
Release 2013-08-19
Pages 225
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The new world economy is tough on job security. Hordes of skilled, experienced, motivated workers are flooding the market, looking for work. And lots of merged and downsized companies now outsource the work that used to be done by permanent employees. The bright side? It’s prime time for the staffing profession. Detailing the hottest specialties in the staffing service industry—facilities staffing, industrial staffing, office/clerical staffing, temp staffing and temp-to-perm staffing—the experts at Entrepreneur provide everything eager entrepreneurs need to know to start their own staffing service. Covers: -Industry trends and opportunities -Identifying a specialty -How to establish the business—from securing licenses and financing to buying equipment and recruiting employees -Building a client base -Promoting and marketing the business -Managing day-to-day operations -Staying on top of finances Entrepreneurs also gain priceless insight from practicing entrepreneurs who reveal little-known tricks of the trade and common hazards to avoid. Aspiring business owners are given sample documents, worksheets, and other example materials to reference as they move their business forward. Specialties covered include: •Facilities staffing—placing employees in long-term or indefinite-length assignments •Industrial staffing—specializing in manual laborers, food handlers, cleaners, assemblers, drivers, tradespeople, machine operators, etc. •Office/clerical staffing—focusing on secretaries, receptionists, administrative assistants, word processing and data-entry operators, etc. •Temporary staffing—supplying client companies with workers on a short-term basis •Temp-to-perm staffing—offering clients a convenient way to try out temporary workers for permanent positions