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Growing Your Pain Medicine Practice: Focus on Efficiency, Coding and Outreach

Improving and expanding a pain medicine practice can be summed up this way: look inside and outside. Looking out is, of course, about referrals and marketing. And when it comes to marketing, social media’s benefits sometimes come under fire. It provides an relatively inexpensive way to reach potential customers, but it makes many practitioners uneasy.

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Dermatologists Have Unique Practice Management Needs

Perhaps more than any other medical specialty, dermatology focuses on individualized patient treatment. Every patient needs a personalized treatment plan tailored to the patient’s condition, lifestyle, and goals. Moreover, not every dermatologist enjoys performing every type of procedure. To succeed, dermatologists need a unique form of practice management, one that fully supports both patient and provider preferences.

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Software That Helps You Get Paid—Quickly
Practice Management

The Path To Payment: Software That Gets You Paid Quickly

The Revenue Cycle is defined by the AAFP as all activities before, during, and after a patient’s visit that affect a practice’s ability to get paid. Revenue Cycle Management is the optimization of that payment continuum, be it for a consultation, test, treatment or procedure. It begins with the medical appointment, and it ends when the final bill is

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PracticeSuite Announces Medical Practice Storm Relief and Assistance Program

PracticeSuite, Inc., a medical office software and service company for medical practices, has launched a storm assistance program for clients impacted by hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

“We are greatly concerned by the devastation caused by the recent storms,” said Vinod Nair, Founder and CEO of PracticeSuite. “We are supporting our medical practice clients, their staff, and their patients by donating funds to the affected areas and assisting individual medical practices in their recovery efforts.”

The PracticeSuite community’s first line of response began with donating emergency relief funds delivered through organizations with people on the ground in the storms’ impact zones. PracticeSuite has invited its national customer base to join in this response.

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