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31 1/2 Essentials for Running Your Medical Practice by Dr. John Guiliana and Dr. Hal Ornstein with Mark Terry

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31 1/2 Essentials for Running Your Medical Practice by Dr. John Guiliana and Dr. Hal Ornstein with Mark Terry
31 1/2 Essentials for Running Your Medical Practice by Dr. John Guiliana and Dr. Hal Ornstein with Mark Terry
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by Dr. John Guiliana and Dr. Hal Ornstein with Mark Terry

Enjoy new control of your practice, profits, people … and life!

Is there a formula for running a practice that focuses on healing while still letting you enjoy robust profitability and a personal life, too? Yes! In fact, there are 31 "essentials" - concrete solutions that have been tested, refined and proven to make a difference by highly successful practices.

Now, with 31 1/2 Essentials for Running Your Medical Practice you can start using these same ideas to streamline your own practice, contain costs, defuse conflicts, boost reimbursement and increase physician, staff and patient satisfaction. While many books address medical practice management, this book goes beyond textbook theory. Drawing on nearly 50 years of combined experience consulting with and running highly successful private practices, the authors map out practical, turnkey solutions to the harsh realities facing medical, dental, and all healthcare practices, including: tough competition, patient expectations, shrinking reimbursement, litigation, malpractice insurance costs, complex regulations, high rents, soaring utilities, and other challenges.

A “fast start” users-guide style: Spend less time reading! Each chapter zeroes in on one success essential, concisely explaining how to identify problems, clear obstacles, make improvements and measure success.
Covers every aspect of your practice: No more guesswork! You can get right to work with today’s best strategies for everything from choosing an office location and the right staff, to controlling overhead and getting patients to comply with treatment plans.
Real-world examples: From mission statements to budgets, you can build your own improvements on the best work already done by other successful practices.
Ready-to-use tools: The book includes financial benchmarks, numbers and equations that make it even easier to put the 31 success strategies into action in your practice.

John Guiliana, DPM, MS
is the managing partner of a four-doctor podiatry practice in Hackettstown, NJ. He holds a master’s degree in healthcare management and is a nationally recognized professional speaker and author on medical practice management. He is a frequent contributor to Podiatry Management, Podiatry Today, and is author of Talking Practice Enhancement, an American Podiatric Medical Association news column.

Hal Ornstein, DPM, FASPS
serves as Chairman and Director of Corporate Development of the American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management and Consulting Editor for Podiatry Management Magazine. He has given over 200 presentations internationally and has written and been interviewed for over 250 articles on topics pertinent to practice management, patient satisfaction and efficiency in a medical practice. Dr. Ornstein has been in private practice for 18 years and serves as Medical Director of Affiliated Foot and Ankle Center, LLP with their main office in Howell, NJ.

Mark Terry
is a freelance writer and editor specializing in the business of healthcare and physician practice management. In addition to numerous book-length market reports about various aspects of healthcare, his articles on practice management have appeared in Podiatry Management, Podiatry Online, Unique Opportunities, Advisor for Medical & Professional Staff Services, and other publications.
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