The kids are out of school, and you might even be heading out on your own summer vacation soon. What a perfect opportunity to catch up on the Neurology Insights posts you’ve missed. Here are some of the great posts that came out this spring.
Search Engine Optimization, or SEO, tops the What My Website Needs list for most businesses. For physicians that SEO is local SEO because when most people search the web for a neurologist, they are looking for one near them. In other words, they want Google to find them a local neurologist. Learn how you can build up your own local listings to help your practice get found. READ MORE >
Opioid dependence is growing at an alarming rate in the U.S. We lose 78 people to opioid-related overdoses each day. Neurologists, like other physicians, are on the frontlines and many may not be as equipped as they’d like to handle the epidemic. What solutions do the experts propose, and what does the evidence reveal? READ MORE >
Struggling to run your medical office? Social media may not be the first place you think to turn. But it turns out that Pinterest has a surprising wealth of information and practical solutions. They come in the form of infographics and images relating to subjects like office organization, employee management, and legal compliance. Think of it as crowd-sourcing your office management. READ MORE >
Did you put up a website for your practice and then promptly forget about it? That scenario is all too common and frankly won’t cut it anymore. The internet is more crowded than ever, and your website needs to be active to be found. Here are three ways you can revive your website to make it work for you. READ MORE >
Neurologists suffer more burnout than nearly any other medical specialty. Why is that? And more importantly, What can you do about it? Terrence Cascino, MD, president of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN), named burnout a huge priority for the profession. Find out what the Academy is doing about it and what he suggests neurologists can do too. READ MORE >