Business for Medicine
Growth Strategies Dedicated to Practice Operations, Healthcare Law and Marketing.
NOTICE - The Business for Medicine course has been rescheduled to 2015. The final date will be posted soon.
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Guest Speakers and Panelists
|Peter T. Brown||Chris Cantwell, RPh., MBA||Jim Eischen, Jr.||Andre D. Etherly||J.B. Henriksen|
|Vaughn Johnson, D.O.||Craig Larsen||Lynese Lawson, M.D.||Gary London, M.D.||Tim McKnight, M.D.|
|Gregory Petersburg, D.O.||Joseph Raffaele, M.D.||Kyle Riley|
Practice Models • Marketing • Patient Experience • Technology in Healthcare • Cost Control • Operations • Management Strategies • Leadership • Patient Referrals • Competitive Advantage • Advertising • Patient Acquisition • Healthcare Law • HIPPA • Product Sales • Legal Compliance • Facility Location • Pricing Structures • What Works • What Doesn’t Work • Staffing • Finance • Tricks of the Trade • Nutraceuticals • Data Compliance • Patient Relationships • Revenue Model Design • Demographics • Fitness Programs • Mission/Vision • Information Systems • Community Inspiration • Branding
19.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits, 19.5 Nursing Contact Hours, 19.5 Hours Pharmacy CE, Prerequisites: None
Throughout medical school and residency training, practitioners master clinical competencies. However, in our rapidly changing healthcare environment, practitioners must assume leadership roles that call on competencies beyond those taught in medical school and residency, specifically business competencies. This type of training can have a major impact on patient care, profitability and job satisfaction. As such, business competency is critical for any healthcare practitioner who must oversee and market their practice. Therefore we have decided to offer a new course on the Business for Medicine to help practitioners build a practice that works best for them and for their patients.
Join us and discover a plethora of ideas and resources for your practice. Participate in interactive and collaborative discussions with a panel of successful physician business owners as we explore viable clinical practice models. Learn from expert legal counsel specific to these types of business models. Create the ideal business practice while considering the scope of practice, regulatory environments, transition plans, growth strategies, pros/cons of migration to patient pay, marketing and patient acquisition and so much more. Leave this course with an action plan ready to implement the moment you return to your practice to improve your business model and the level of care for your patients.