One important step to both reducing taxes and saving for retirement is to contribute to a tax-advantaged retirement plan. If your employer offers a 401(k) plan, contributing to that is likely your best first step.
Thank you for joining us at the OMGMA fall conference last week. It was one of the best Healthcare conferences our team has attended, with powerful keynote speakers and sessions. We had a tremendous turn out for our own session, presented by Brian Newton, CPA and Jeremy Prickel, CPA…
At back-to-school time, much of the focus is on the students returning to the classroom — and on their parents buying them school supplies, backpacks, clothes, etc., for the new school year. But let’s not forget about the teachers.
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.
Think your medical practice has a healthy revenue cycle? If you haven’t focused—really focused—on insurance denials, then think again. Denials might be the most underestimated and poorly understood sources of significant cash leakage from your practice’s revenue cycle.
Your front office is action-central for patient service and efficient patient flow. Hang on to your seats for this entertaining but illuminating webinar at how to prevent service breakdowns and blunders at this critical crossroads.
Don’t miss this webinar on the new changes to the meaningful use regulations. Many of these changes are beneficial and will relieve some pressures that practices were facing to manage compliance and reporting requirements.