Business of Medical Practice: Advanced Profit Maximization Techniques for Savvy Doctors
An interdisciplinary team of experts teaches newcomers how to open, staff, and equip an insurance-friendly office for patients, and how to raise the capital necessary for it. New coverage in the second edition includes: How to write a medical office business plan; Compliance methods; Risk and programs; The insurance CPT coding issues; Six-sigma initiatives; Futuristic information technology to track clinical outcomes; Treatment results and medical care; Physician recruitment
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Compliance Programs for Medical Practice Health
Insurance Coding Guidelines
A Six Sigma Primer for Health Care Providers
Process Improvement Reporting for Physicians and Health Plans
The Science and Art of Medical Practice Valuation
Contemporary Aspects of Medical Practice
Medical Information Systems and Office Business Equipment
Human Resource Outsourcing for the Physician Executive
Medical Practice Noncompete Agreements
The Case for Concierge Medicine
Customer Patient Relations Management for Health Care Organizations and Physicians
Using Information Technology IT Systems to Track Medical Care
QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF MEDICAL PRACTICE
Capitation Econometrics Revised
Cash Flow Analysis and Management
Medical Office Expense Modeling
Accounting for Mixed Practice Costs
MedicalActivityBased Cost Management
Medical Practice Financial Benchmarking
Return on Medical Practice Investment Calculations
Creating Practice Equity Value
Ethical Issues in Modern Medical Practice
Dissecting a Medical Malpractice Trial
Selecting Practice Management Advisors Wisely
PhysicianPractice Management Systems
MedicalPractice Management Service Agreement
Medical Unions Public Sympathy and Physician Salaries
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