One day we asked ourselves: what motivated us to start our own practice initially?
What was our perception of everyday working routine in our own practice?
That we would spend most of our time and energy on data management, documentation, billing or legal matters?
Certainly not. But that’s what we do every day. And our tasks are becoming ever more diversified and complicated.
Software systems that should help us to accomplish our daily work are outdated, incomplete and inflexible. Some of them even increase the workload instead of decreasing it.
The result: stress levels increase and the team is overloaded with administrative tasks. The frustration increases, the joy at work decreases. In the worst case scenario, minimal time is spent with each patient leading to lack of patient trust.
Very little is left of what originally motivated us to start our own practice.
We are dedicated to our patients and their health. To take our time to help others. To be a trustworthy contact person.
We want to be able to concentrate on the fundamentals again: our patients and their health.