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Practice development

May/June 2021 Issue
What Millennials Want Out of Primary Care, and How to Deliver It [Feature]

As the largest adult generation in the U.S., millennials will have an outsized impact on the future of health care. Here are some ways to make primary care more appealing to all patients, including the first group raised with the internet.


Jul-Aug 2006 Issue
How to Plan an Open House for Your Practice [Feature]

An open house can help you attract new patients and retain existing ones. Here’s how to pull it off in five simple steps.


Jun 2005 Issue
Expanding Your Practice Through Niche Services [Feature]

More and more family physicians are adding new services and getting rave reviews. Here’s how to find the niche that’s right for you.


Sep 2004 Issue
Group Visits Hit the Road [Feature]

By taking group visits to his elderly patients, this physician found a way to meet their needs and those of his practice – and have fun at the same time.


Sep 2003 Issue
Creating a Vital, Burnout-Proof Practice [Feature]

If you’re feeling disillusioned and burned-out in your current mode of practice, why not start over? Here’s how to build a strong foundation.


Nov-Dec 2001 Issue
Nine Steps to a Strategic Marketing Plan [Feature]

Here’s how to make sure both you and your patients know what makes your practice special.


May 2000 Issue
Strategies for Expanding Your Patient Base in Diverse Communities [Feature]

Diversification can help your practice thrive — and deepen your humanity.


Jun 1999 Issue
Developing a Successful Medical Group [Feature]

Among the key ingredients are physician ownership, a strong strategic direction and a commitment to high-quality patient care.


May 1999 Issue
Physician-Owned Groups: The Best Strategy for Success [Feature]

Managed care has pushed physicians into new practice arrangements, but none is positioned for success like the physician-owned group.


May 1999 Issue
A Case Study in Developing a Successful Medical Group [Feature]

This group thrives by keeping doctors in control and by putting the interests of primary care physicians first.


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