News Category: Webinar

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November 14, 2019

Healthcare Webinar: Year-End Planning & Strategies

In this online presentation, Healthcare CPAs Jeremy Prickel and Elliott Tracy examine the ongoing effects of tax reform and IRS … Read more…

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October 1, 2019

Webinar: How to Make Your Practice a Doctor Magnet (VIDEO)

In this online presentation, Kurt Mosley from national provider recruiting firm Merritt Hawkins provides a state-of-the-union look at the art … Read more…

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July 12, 2019

Webinar: Physician-Owned Clinics & Tax Reform Opportunities

Presented by Healthcare CPAs and Practice Advisors Nicole McOmber, CPA and Brian Newton, CPA, this webinar looks at a wide range of tax … Read more…

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March 11, 2019

Healthcare Webinar “2019 State of the Industry”

Originally presented as a live webinar, author and healthcare practice expert Elizabeth Woodcock, MBA, FACMPE, CPC gave us a sneak … Read more…

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November 6, 2018

Healthcare Webinar “Ask the Experts: Protecting Your Practice from Fraud”

Healthcare providers face numerous fraud and security risks, from embezzlement and theft to ransomware and data privacy. Implementing internal controls … Read more…

June 1, 2018

WEBINAR: Tax Reform & Planning Opportunities for Physicians, Dentists, and their Practices

In this free webcast, you’ll learn about the potential planning opportunities available to you and your medical or dental practice, and how the changes could impact your tax liability for 2018. We’ll review changes to tax rates, exemptions, credits, Section 179, the new 20% deduction for qualified business income (also referred to as the “pass-through deduction”), and new considerations for your business entity…

December 7, 2016

Benchmarking Your Key Performance Indicators

Many practice managers do not perform any kind of benchmarking and therefore never realize the true potential of their practice. With minimal improvements, a practice can see a significant increase in cash flow and a better bottom line.