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7 Steps To Boost Your Practice Profits While Reducing Managed Care (PPOs)

By Bill Rossi*

In last month's article, Managed Care Update, we discussed strategies to minimize patient loss, and slow it down, when reducing managed care (PPO) participation. However, that’s not enough. Doctors need concrete plans to rebuild their practice in order to counteract the patient loss and add mightily to their bottom line. This requires developing a plan for seeing more patients (measured by total exams) and doing more for the patients you do see (measured by production per exam).

Seeing More Patients

An over-dependence on PPOs to keep your schedule full causes...

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