November 5th, 2013 by Kareo
Register now for this FREE WEBINAR to learn how you can stay an independent practice in changing times.
Many solo and small medical practice physicians want to stay independent despite the challenges and changes in healthcare. To do this you need a well-defined, intentional strategy that goes beyond day-to-day best practices. To be successful, your practice must align with payment, structural, and delivery system reform. You also have to cultivate valued partners, from community resources to provide patient assistance to collaborative partners to ensure value-based care.
Webinar: 4 Ways to Keep Your Practice Independent Date: Thursday, November 7, 2013 Time: 12:00 PM (EDT) / 9:00 AM (PDT)
When you attend this session, you’ll learn how to:
- Align your practice with payment reform, by preparing for consumer-directed health plans, and value-based reimbursement;
- Develop your structural alignment strategy, by identifying structural options available to your practice and fostering clinical collaboration;
- Expand patient access, by streamlining your patient flow process and leveraging limited resources; and
- Streamline referral management, by making it easy for physicians to interact with you and your practice.
If you are interested in taking a strategic approach to staying an independent practice in the face of healthcare reform, this event will provide you with the tools you need. Register Now.
About the Speaker
Deborah Walker Keegan, PhD is a nationally recognized consultant, keynote speaker, and author. Dr. Keegan is President of Medical Practice Dimensions, Inc., a national consulting firm bringing knowledge, expertise and solutions to today’s healthcare organizations. She has over 25 years of experience and has authored or co-authored six best-selling books on key issues in medical practice management. Over 100,000 physicians, practice executives and staff have attended her live presentations, webinars, podcasts and audio conferences. Dr. Keegan earned her PhD at the Peter F. Drucker Graduate School of Management, her MBA from UCLA, and she is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Practice Executives.