Communicate, Communicate, and then Communicate Some More!by Dr. Ron Arndt
Communication is necessary to sustain relationships. What has happened when you and your team started the day without reviewing the schedule, the patients coming in and where to place emergency patients? What has been the success of the practice when you fail to schedule regular monthly team meetings?
Personal and professional relationships depend on good, clear and healthy communication.
The purpose of holding Morning Huddles is to start the day off positively by creating the right environment, keeping team communication fresh and fun, and encouraging problem solving. Use an outline to stay on task.
The moral of this blog post? A well-organized Morning Huddle saves time and increases productivity.