Law Firm Marketing & Management

  Thoughts on Navigating a Law Firm (Coronavirus) Crisis – continued. Experience tells us that crisis in law firms can happen fast.  Once presented, its consequences can race past leadership’s ability to effectively respond and leave a firm reeling.  Whereas crisis traditionally caused by lawyer departure, client loss or revenue decline has often been predictable or foreseeable, today’s law firm crisis by pandemic was, for the most part, unexpected.  Whatever its genesis, to overcome crisis…
This is the final post of our five-part series on working capital management. First there was a brief introduction to working capital management. Then, we talked about why cash is king. And most recently, we discussed the implications of having an efficient billing and collections process as well as a proper vendor strategy. The final piece of the working capital puzzle involves credit cards and other types of debt, which can include the following: Short-term…
I’m not talking about the recent news, I’m talking about your practice. Too much work to do, too much to read, too many projects in your pipeline that never get off the ground. Every day, you get 50 emails about marketing and managing your practice, on top of emails relating to client work and emails from someone trying to sell you something. You don’t want to miss something important. But sorting the wheat from the…
The Electronic Health Record (EHR), previously called Electronic Medical Record (EMR) or Computerized Patient Record (CPR), is a systematic collection of electronically stored health information of patients and populations. This information is stored in a digital format and is accessible to various healthcare setups. EHR includes information like medical history, laboratory results, medications and allergies, billing information, and more. It has been implemented in the healthcare system to revamp quality and improve safety. EHR has…

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