Oil Your Practice Management Skills in 2018

Oil Your Practice Management Skills in 2018

It’s the new year and the perfect time to make sure your physician’s practice is productive and compliant, and most importantly that your patients are happy. The way you manage patients, the revenue cycle, technology, staff, and medical records can help your practice’s gears move at maximum efficiency to promote a workflow that makes the most out of your resources. Let’s explore ways you can improve office tasks.

According to Physicians Practice’s “9 Priorities for Practice Management in 2018,” there are nine ways you can keep healthcare tasks moving to maintain a viable healthcare operation this year:

•    Protect confidentiality
•    Assess financial health
•    Stay ahead of the curve
•    Rethink charting and billing practices
•    Manage the revenue cycle
•    Make innovation profitable
•    Increase efficiency
•    Create a shared perspective
•    Improve patient services

Don’t limit these nine priorities to just physicians’ offices, they can be used for managing facilities and other healthcare organizations.

For detailed information on how these nine goals can improve your practice, check out the slide show by Iulia Filip on Physicians Practice website.

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If you’d like to learn more about how to save time managing tasks in your healthcare organization, read the article “Avoid Workflow Bottleneck” in AAPC’s Knowledge Center.

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Michelle Dick

Executive Editor at AAPC
Michelle A. Dick has been executive editor for AAPC for over 10 years. Prior to her work at AAPC, she was editor-in-chief at Eli Research and Element K Journals, and disk ad coordinator, web designer/developer, and graphic artist at White Directory Publishers, Inc. She has a Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design from the State University of New York - Buffalo State and is a member of the Flower City Professional Coders in Rochester, N.Y.
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Michelle A. Dick has been executive editor for AAPC for over 10 years. Prior to her work at AAPC, she was editor-in-chief at Eli Research and Element K Journals, and disk ad coordinator, web designer/developer, and graphic artist at White Directory Publishers, Inc. She has a Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design from the State University of New York - Buffalo State and is a member of the Flower City Professional Coders in Rochester, N.Y.

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