How to CLOSE a practice
- HOW to CLOSE a practice. Weiss, Gail Garfinkel // Dermatology Times;Feb2004, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p69
Provides guidelines for closing a medical practice. Planning well in advance; Getting some returns for the practice; Maximizing and protecting assets; Exit letter to patients; Records handling; Making provisions in case no one will take over the practice. INSET: Sample exit letter to patients.
- Renovation issues drive Dr Josie out. Kumar, Rajesh // New Zealand Doctor;3/23/2005, p35
Offers advice regarding the renovation of the practice premises of a physician named Doctor Josie. Tips to consider in buying furniture for the office; Result if Doctor Josie will expands her practice services; Advantages of increasing the practice service.
- MEDICAL MAKEOVER. Reed, Vita // Orange County Business Journal;10/25/2004, Vol. 27 Issue 43, p4
Reports on the medical practice of doctors in Orange County, California. Services offered by some doctors involved in concierge medicine; Consultation feed charged for patients; Controversy over concierge practices.
- BEST DOCTORS 2012. // New York;6/11/2012, Vol. 45 Issue 20/21, p59
An introduction is presented discussing various reports in the issue related to physicians including profiles of several doctors, a photo portfolio of medical slides, and a medical-advice column.
- Why i love being a Scottish GP. Nicol, Fiona // Pulse;11/1/2004, Vol. 64 Issue 43, p80
Presents reasons on advantages in practicing medicine in Scotland. Medical colleges; Educational system; Entertainment.
- A buff and polish is the workforce fix. Dr Mysterio // New Zealand Doctor;10/5/2011, p43
In this article the author describes a difficult day at an understaffed medical office, and presents a dialogue with a Dr. Mysterio.
- Multifactor Productivity in Physicians' Offices: An Exploratory Analysis. Fisher, Charles // Health Care Financing Review;Winter2007, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p15
This article constructs measures of multifactor productivity (MFP) for physicians' offices using a variation of the productivity methodology developed by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) for other industries. Two alternatives measures are presented and both yield positive gains in...
- LEARNING CHECKLIST. Stokell, Richard // Pulse;12/7/2006, Vol. 66 Issue 46, p64
The article presents checklist depicting the lessons learned in handling the sudden absence of a key personnel in the medical practice. Resignations of practice staff brought about by work-related stress can be prevented by recognizing the legal responsibility to assess the risk of ill-health...
- Three Financial "Myths.". Hultman, Jon A. // Podiatry Management;Mar2007, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p233
The article discusses three erroneous assumptions relating to finances commonly made by doctors. One common myth among doctors is the notion that little vacation time must be taken in order to avoid losing money. Other mistakes commonly made in fear that their income would decline are putting...