Primary Care Audio Conference Series

As I work on my great content for tomorrow, I just realized that I haven’t blogged about the upcoming Primary Care Audio Conference Series sponsored by Physicians Alliance and produced by PCC.

You can read about the entire thing (including full course descriptions and bios) on our WWW site, or peruse below. I am excited, as I think these teleconferences are a great way to reach a lot of practices without having to pay for gas…

Physicians’ Alliance is pleased to introduce this Audio Conference Series on Primary Care Practice Management Topics. This series consists of six one-hour audio conferences designed to help you maximize revenue for the important work you do in primary care practices. Three national experts will cover topics that will help you save money and increase reimbursement.

In just one hour, you can explore solutions to important practice management issues that affect your office every day. You’ll master insurance negotiation, learn the value of pricing using RBRVS, and explore physician compensation models. Our expert panel of instructors includes Susanne Madden of The Verden Group, Penny Noyes of Health Business Navigators, and PCC’s Chip Hart. Click here to REGISTER NOW!

Admission to each audio conference session is $49 for Physicians’ Alliance Members and $149 for non-members.

Not a member? Membership is Free! Click Here to become a Physicians’ Alliance Member Today!

Audio Conference Series Schedule

Session 1 Session 2 Session 3
Thursday, August 2112 p.m.-1 p.m. ESTInsurance Negotiation:

Get a Competitive Edge

Wednesday, September 103 p.m.-4 p.m. EST

It Took Two Decades

for Private Payer Contracts

to Erode the Bottom Line.

Plan on a Two + year Comeback.

Here’s How!

Thursday, September 255 p.m.-6 p.m. ESTSeven Steps to a Successful

Insurance Negotiation

Session 4 Session 5 Session 6
Tuesday, October 75 p.m.- 6 p.m. EST

Don’t Be Paralyzed – Analyze!

Friday, November 1410 a.m.-11 a.m. EST

Use the RBRVS

to Set Your Prices Fairly

Friday, December 512 p.m.-1 p.m. EST

Primary Care

Compensation Models

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