Financial management, general

Mar 2001 Issue
How to Stop Hemorrhaging Red Ink [Getting Paid]

This article lists tips practices can use to prevent lost revenues.

Nov-Dec 2000 Issue
Panning for Gold: How to Find Money in Your Practice [Feature]

The article will show how physicians can improve their practice revenue through efforts such as internal coding audits, attacking under-coding, looking for missed billing opportunities, etc.

Jun 2000 Issue
Determining the True Value of a Family Practice Residency Program [Feature]

Financial resources for residency programs are dwindling. In order to obtain sponsorship for their residency programs, program directors need a well documented and comprehensive financial model to show the benefits that residency training brings to diverse constituencies. In this article, the authors present the financial model they've developed.

Apr 2000 Issue
How an Employed Group Redesigned Itself to Achieve Financial Viability [Feature]

The article is a case study of how a failing primary care group improved its performance, in terms of practice costs, productivity and patient satisfaction.

Feb 2000 Issue
Encouraging Patients to Pay at the Time of Service [Feature]

This article will discuss how staff in many positions can encourage patients to pay what they owe using good communication skills.

Nov-Dec 1999 Issue
A Team Approach to Reducing a Financial Deficit [Salaried FP]

This article describes how a multi-specialty group successfully handled a financial crisis at their institution using a "bottom-up" decision making process.

Jul-Aug 1999 Issue
Monitoring Your Practice's Financial Data: 10 Vital Signs [Feature]

The article explains what practice-management data physicians need to analyze the health of their practices.

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