It used to be that if you were a good physician, a profitable medical practice followed. But that's not true any longer. Today, there is too much uncertainty. It takes solid business tactics to run a profitable and high-quality practice.
Seize Control Change what you can within the context of your organization
You can't do it alone, but with a team, opportunities for growth do exist if you know how to evaluate the practice's key business processes. Your goal is to have a practice that runs effectively without unnecessary steps and bottlenecks that hold up work, frustrate patients and staff, and cost money.
Thousands of physicians and administrators have learned re-engineering skills through Owen Dahl's consulting, books, and journal articles. In this new resource, The High-Performing Medical Practice: Workflow, Practice Finances, and Patient-Centric Care (in print or convenient eBook), Dahl has translated these principles into an easy-to-use, quick-reading book, with plenty of examples showing exactly how you and your team can re-engineer a healthcare practice.