Tailoring Your Medical Practice for the 21st Century

In the 21st century, healthcare is evolving at an unprecedented rate. What was once a relatively stagnant industry has been transformed by technological advances and sweeping changes in legislation. A practice that used to be focused on providing medical care now includes marketing, compliance, coding, billing and other administrative tasks. This blog post will explore how to tailor your medical practice for the 21st century so you can keep up with changing times while still focusing on giving quality patient care. To do this we’ll discuss:  – Understanding why change is necessary – Creating a new business model – Making sure staff are trained in new skills – Partnering with others who have expertise in areas where you don’t want or need it.

A recent study by the Commonwealth Fund found that cost-related access difficulties are common among adults in this country. In fact, more than one in four (27%) of those surveyed reported they had either delayed or not sought medical care because of concerns about costs. This is a major issue for our nation’s health and wellness, as people with chronic conditions have fewer reasons to delay treatment due to high out-of-pocket costs.  These findings illustrate the need for physicians to be aware of their patients’ economic situations and take steps like providing affordable payment plans or offering discounts on lab work so that every patient has an opportunity to receive quality care.

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Make your office more patient-centered

The ultimate goal of patient-centered care is to create an environment where the needs, priorities and values of patients are considered at every stage. Achieving this goal in your office setting may seem like a daunting task, but it can be done with some planning and thoughtful design.  This article will outline five ways to make your office more patient centered: creating a welcoming atmosphere, ensuring privacy, providing educational information on what patients should expect during their visit, incorporating technology for convenience and efficiency, and including family members in care decisions.

Offer online consultations

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If you are looking for a way to reduce your workload and make more money, then an online consultation may be the answer. I am offering consultations that can help you with questions about nutrition, weight loss, fitness goals or anything else that could help improve your life!

Do virtual house calls for patients that are elderly or disabled

I am a board-certified emergency medicine physician. I use my skills to provide virtual house calls for patients that are elderly or disabled, and so they can stay in their homes instead of having to go to the ER. I also offer other services such as phone consultations for people who live alone, transportation and medication delivery by mail order.  By staying at home, these patients are able to remain independent while still getting good medical care.   

Doctor visits can be difficult for patients that are elderly or disabled. Sometimes it’s hard to get out of the house, and even if they do make an appointment, transportation is a problem. That’s why we offer virtual house calls. We come to you! All you have to do is call us at our toll-free number and we’ll schedule a time with one of our doctors who will visit your home on the same day – no matter how far away you live from them. It saves everyone time and energy and ensures peace of mind for all parties involved!