Attracting new patients, collecting money keys to viability
Sometimes providing good care to your existing patients isn't enough. If your practice is not drawing in new patients at a steady rate and collecting the money due in a timely manner, financial success may be elusive, says Nancy Moore, president of NBP, a centralized business office based in Austin, TX, that provides practice management solutions and support for office-based cardiology, oncology, orthopedics, and neurosurgery practices.
- How Top-Ranked MA Plans Earn Their Stars
- Readmissions: No Quick Fix to Costly Hospital Challenge
- How Hospitals Can Become 'Upstreamists'
- 4 Ways to Lower the Cost to Collect from Self-Pay Patients
- House Calls Key to Pioneer ACO Success
- How Telehealth Pays Off for Providers, Patients
- 4 Tips for Managing Employed Physicians
- Defensive Medicine Still Prevalent Despite Tort Reform
- WellPoint Dominates Nearly Half of Markets, AMA Says
- 'Overtreatment' Debate Circles Back to Lung Cancer Screening