Southern California Physician: 5P’s
Practice managers have to weigh many options when looking at training costs. AAPC member Daryn Keeney, CPC, CPPM recently wrote about the 5P’s “Proper planning prevents poor performance” when dealing with this topic in the September issue of Southern California Physician.
“I know practices that pay for continuing education; this is valuable when the employee practices what he or she learns,” he wrote. “A big fear that I hear voiced is that the employee will then leave for a better opportunity (after receiving the education). The benefits of having a forward-thinking staff outweighs the negatives of having an under-trained one.”
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