Since working with MEG Business Management …
At the end of 2017, Jason began working with MEG Business Management at first for one-on-one personalized coaching, but then went on to MEG Academy. Within the first six months of training, he was able to step back from being the full-time clinician in his clinic to being the CEO. Now that he understood the hat of the CEO and the metrics that he needed to hold in on others, it all of a sudden became easy for him to make decisions that would have an immediate impact on the practice. He credits MEG Academy for giving him the training he needed to put in the structure and systems of operations not only for himself, but also for his staff. His numbers speak for themselves in all areas of the practice; marketing, production, efficiency, and financial.
- He now treats patients only 2 days per week and is able to work on his practice as the CEO.
- In 2018, CEP increased revenue by 74% compared to the previous 5-year average.
- Over the past year, he has hired three additional licensed practitioners that consistently meet their productivity metrics and is recruiting additional staff, as the growth in year 2 under MEG is exceeding 30% each month.
- He now has a management team in place along with systems of accountability that effectively handle the day-to-day operations of the practice, whether he is present or not.
With his coaching hours, Jason learned that his business would do much better in another location. So he decided to trust the MEG management system and set up in a new location according to all the stats and metrics that he had been taught to guide himself throughout its early beginning. During the same month of the move, his practice had a record number of visits – the first test that proved that the “MEG approach” was working, with many more to follow.
Prior to working with MEG, Jason’s family missed him on the weekends because he was always catching up. Nowadays he is home on the weekends, and can leave the clinic to have family time as he pleases. He was able to take nearly a month off in July 2019 to travel with his family, all while his staff had the most productive month in the history of his practice.