“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller
When you hear the words, “morning huddle” the staff goes into a frenzy. “It will not work, we do not need them, or we do not have time.” I have been there before. Scheduling morning meetings are a great way to start your day and know what your day will look like ahead. Morning huddles will help to have a more organized day ahead, see the new patients scheduled, produce more, and discuss unscheduled treatment. Read how you can have an effective morning huddle and why they are important.
- Start on time and keep it short and to the point 10-15 minutes. If you see patients at 8 am. Your huddle should start at 7:45 am and staff should be at the office at 7:30 am
- Come with a POSITIVE attitude.
- Meet away from the front desk.
- Do not go off-topic.
- Emergencies may happen. Start the meeting on time and give the staff member a recap when they arrive.
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