Building Practice Revenue: A Guide to Developing New Services
Medical Group Management Assn, 2003 - Medical - 99 pages
Explore how new revenue sources and ancillary services can counteract declining revenues. Learn the benefits of integrating new services that might be appropriate for your practice and how to analyze the probable benefit. This book includes a review of the potential impact of the legal and regulatory environment on such ventures. Find case studies, a strategy checklist and a sample pro forma to help you understand the benefits and issues related to new revenue opportunities.
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