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5 ways to increase front desk revenue

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As an independent practice physician, you care about two things when it comes to your practice: patient care and its financial health. Many physicians go into business for themselves because they want to be independent, and one of the biggest ways to ensure that your practice stays independent is the ability to maximize your revenue stream.

Your front office staff has a great opportunity to lock in revenue when scheduling appointments. Take advantage of the face-to-face time to quickly and efficiently boost your income potential. Here are five ways to increase your revenue when scheduling patient appointments at check-in or checkout.

This guide was created to help you become more efficient, especially when collecting patient payments. Take advantage of the patient scheduling process and use it to boost your practice revenue. From asking about EMV credit cards to relying on practice management software that can efficiently calculate and display patient payments, you can create both a positive front desk experience and improve your bottom line.


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