Practice Management Productivity Boosters in PhoenixOrthoContains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/16/2020
Time is money and savvy orthopaedic practices look to leverage technology to improve efficiencies and streamline workflows. In this fast-paced 30 minute zipinar, practice management consultant Cheyenne Brinson will share field-tested productivity boosters in PhoenixOrtho EHR and PM. From patient registration, utilizing the kiosk and portal, managing faxes, surgery scheduling, charge entry rules, and more, there are best practice solutions available to save time and boost productivity.
Talking with Patients About Reconstructive FeesContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 08/06/2020
Are you and your staff equally comfortable discussing insurance, deposits, and payment plans for reconstructive surgery as you are presenting a cosmetic surgery fee quote? With 1 in 4 of the American workforce now unemployed, there’s a good chance some of your patients have lost their health insurance and are short on cash. Add in the workers who are employed—but on a shortened workweek or on a reduced salary—and it’s clear “This is the way we’ve always done it” thinking will result in a tsunami of patient accounts receivable.
What We Know Today About the Sequela Effects of COVID-19Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/14/2020
This webinar will cover the most common conditions to date that are sequela to COVID-19 and the related diagnosis codes. Also, the sequencing of sequela to COVID is important and will be covered in this session.
Talking with Patients about Paying Medical BillsContains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 06/18/2020
In this practical webinar filled with immediately usable information, you’ll see how to expand your collection toolbox, reduce your accounts receivable, improve cash flow and feel as though you’ve been able to genuinely help patients.
Creating Patient Payment Options Post-COVIDContains 1 Component(s)
In this complimentary webinar, Karen Zupko outlines a 3-step process for how your orthopaedic office can respond to patients struggling or unable to pay for services due to COVID-19.
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