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Taking the BizQuiz? This is the answer to question 4 of "What can a manager do for you?"
You're hiring a manager so that you don't have to micromanage. That being said, you should still keep certain decisions for yourself. For example, Dr. Carol McKee from Southpointe Veterinary Hospital in Allen Park, Mich., is implementing the practice's move to a paperless system, and she organizes client handouts in the practice software to easily print for exam room use. She also still handles equipment purchases. "I had a hard time giving up management duties," she says. Her practice manager, Joyce Blair, has taken the onerous management duties from Dr. McKee and left her the gems. See more on how Dr. McKee was able to transition to having a practice manager in "Manager continues to save practice owner time and money."