Many practices have staff working remotely, whether by choice because of multiple locations, or recently to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Although working remotely presents challenges for employees and employers alike – such as separation from others, and communication and technological issues – there are also benefits, like schedule flexibility and increased productivity.
If your practice is considering letting staff work remotely – or if it already has employees who do – the Texas Medical Association has created a course that provides tips and strategies to successfully manage those employees.
How to Manage Staff Who Work Remotely, available as a podcast or webinar, is hosted by Heather Bettridge, associate vice president of TMA Practice Management Services.
Topics discussed include:
- Who within medical practices might work remotely;
- Benefits and challenges of managing staff who work remotely; and
- Solutions to the challenges of managing staff who work remotely.
The course has been accredited for 0.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™.
Like most of TMA’s CME programs, How to Manage Staff Who Work Remotely is free for TMA members and their practice staff thanks to a generous sponsorship by the Texas Medical Association Insurance Trust.
Find more information, tools, and resources visit TMA’s COVID-19 Resource Center and Practice Viability pages, which are updated frequently.
Last Updated On
July 31, 2020
Originally Published On
July 31, 2020