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Optimizing your practice tasks & workflows

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To remain independent, your private practice needs to run like a well-oiled machine, delivering quality patient care while thriving financially as a business. Physicians, front office and back office personnel all play critical roles. Most small practices can’t afford a large staff, so it’s important that those you do employ work as efficiently as possible.

This exclusive seven-page eBook looks at staff roles and responsibilities and more effective ways to streamline their tasks and workflow. Delineating, delegating and combining tasks not only helps you run a productive, financially viable practice, it can also create a better patient experience from check-in to follow up. Read the guide, “How To Optimize Your Practice Tasks and Workflows” to learn how you can enhance patient experience and improve your office productivity.


Topic: EMR/EHR, Patient Experience | Content Type: eGuides

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Practice billing manager

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Owner – Florida Pro Health

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Occupational Therapist