Due to rising construction costs it makes sense to stay open during renovations. See the case study of how one practice accomplished this.
Whether you are an integrated health system or a private practice, rising operating costs, changes in reimbursement and healthcare reform (however it ends up being structured)?is affecting your bottom line.
Improved practice flow may lead to greater productivity, better and more efficient patient care, and more opportunity for you to enjoy the practice of medicine.
This is the final installment in a three-part series of articles examining the front office, tech station, and doctor exam portions of a patient?s visit.
Ever been white water rafting? You?re floating along a brisk river admiring the beautiful scenery. There is a lot of water flowing, but it is calm. Then all of a sudden there are rapids.
The thought of going through the process to establish a new facility sends chills down many doctors and administrators? spines. Either they have never gone through it and only heard horror stories, or they themselves have vivid memories of how difficult it was.
Some days run smoothly. Others seem to get worse by the minute, leaving you one hour, maybe two hours, behind schedule.
This article is the second of a three-part series of examining the front office, tech station and doctor exam portions of a patient?s visit.
The secret to delivery of more efficient care may lie in office set-up and staff utilization.
You have a thriving clinical?dermatology practice but would?like to add a service that would allow the practice to earn?additional income without adding another doctor.
We would love to hear from you so let's get in touch!
CONTACT US TODAY!
885 Woodstock Road, Suite 430-233
Roswell, GA 30075-2274