In today’s rapidly changing healthcare environment, it is wise for healthcare providers to explore alternative avenues of practice diversification to help create more comprehensive services for their patients. Many practitioners have watched their income erode due to managed care, referring patients to other physicians, declining medical reimbursements, and increasing operating expenses.
Today’s medical practice is just like any other business; its facilities, equipment, and therapeutic scope must be upgraded constantly. A practice cannot afford to lose patients to outside referrals.
Traditional solutions to increasing practice revenue. . .