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● Roundup: Practice Management


Implementing best strategies for successful practice management.

By Phil Colpas

with healthcare reform, which really represents a paradigm shift in the entire healthcare system, while simultaneously transitioning to ICD- 10, implementing electronic health records (EHRs), jumping the hurdles of accountable care organizations (ACOs), considering health information exchanges (HIEs) and meeting meaningful use (MU), is enough to make our collective heads spin. Effectively and successfully managing a practice

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s the U.S. healthcare model changes from rewarding for quantity to rewarding for quality, practice management (PM) is undergoing a sea change. Dealing

in today’s world means balancing day-to-day operations with long-term goals. These include making the move to value-based care, determining the best ways to engage patients, managing chronic diseases and conditions, implementing solutions, maximizing security and keeping a watchful eye on finances and the revenue cycle. We asked several industry luminaries to share tips on how to effectively implement best strategies for successful practice management. One thing is certain: Sitting idly by as changes occur in light speed is most definitely not an option. Alacrity is imperative. And it’s your move.

October 2013


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