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Critical KPIs You Should Know and Measure

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KPIs for independent practices | AdvancedMD

About twice a month we add an educational resource to our learning center to help independent medical professionals stay abreast of changes in ambulatory healthcare. Our goal is to help you gain awareness and learn about topics most relevant to your practice size and specialty.

Today we’re proud to offer our brand new white paper on the KPIs that can absolutely and positively make a difference for your practice. Because it’s written for private practices, we consolidated the KPIs that should matter most for you and your staff.

We share why key performance indicators, or KPIs, are core to the success of any business, organization, and in your case, the independent practice. There are two roadblocks that often deter practices from successfully utilizing KPIs to their full advantage:

  • Inability to focus on the right, very limited number of indicators
  • Inconsistency in monitoring and taking action based upon KPI trends.

This free eBook suggests following a FedEx-like single-minded focus on key metrics that can help turn KPIs into a super tool for your practice’s financial and clinical measurements. We promise it’s not too nerdy (for a KPI discussion, that is).

Get a free copy of the white paper sent immediately to your inbox.


Topic: Medical Billing | Content Type: Blog Article

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