This issue is about how to build on your practice’s stability and assessing opportunities to grow. We take a look at succession planning, how to determine when the time is right to expand, process improvement using dynamic work design principles, latest advances in patient engagement and what type of collaborative growth might be right for you: super group, CIN or MSO?
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Is it time to open an additional office? Dr. Jefferey Kile tells us how he did it.
A look at the latest (technological) ways to improve your patient engagement in and outside of your practice.
If you are looking to grow through collaboration, you need to understand your options. Dan Frier discusses the differences between integrated ‘super groups’, clinically integrated networks, and management services organizations.
Why physicians do not need to jettison their existing EMRs.
Managing a medical practice can be a lot to handle; from payroll and benefits to revenue cycles and coding compliance. MSOs are there to help you with the administrative, or non-medical, work involved in running a practice. Susanne Madden walks you through what an MSO does, the different types, and what to keep an eye out for when choosing one.
Don’t wait until it’s too late – stabilize your future by being proactive now.
How Trump’s budget will affect government funding programs this year and beyond.
Jenna Mirchin brings us up to date on behavioral screening & assessment codes.
Susanne Madden, an MBA recipient in Management Systems, explains the potential for greater success by deploying dynamic work process design to medical practices. A look at how to take process improvement models to the next level.