This new resource from respected practice consultants explores the ways new revenue sources, including ancillary services, can help fill the gap created by declining revenues. It describes the benefits of new service integration, surveys the types of services that might be appropriate, and offers an analytical approach for determining the probable benefit. Also the potential impact of the legal and regulatory environment on such ventures is reviewed. Includes case studies, a strategy checklist and a sample pro forma.In this example, the practicea#39;s demand assessment process revealed that during the prior 12-month period, the practice referred 399 MRI procedures in the select CPT code categories. Some practices have highly sophisticated informationanbsp;...
|Title||:||Building Practice Revenue|
|Author||:||Bruce A. Johnson, Darrell L. Schryver, Daniel P. Stech|
|Publisher||:||Medical Group Management Assn - 2003-01-01|