Who We Serve, Physician & Group Practices

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We service a variety of industries, including:

  • Private Physician Practices: According to the AMA; “Less than half of practicing physicians own their own practice, according to 2016 data collected in a nationally representative survey of 3,500 U.S.-based physicians who provide at least 20 hours of patient care per week and are not employed by the federal government.2016 marks the first year in which physician practice ownership is no longer the majority arrangement. According to data drawn from the AMA’s Physician Practice Benchmark Surveys, 47.1 percent of physicians are practice owners. The same percentage of physicians are employed, while 5.9 percent are independent contractors.The data reflect a trend that has been evident in recent years. In 2012, the first year in which this AMA survey was conducted, 53.2 percent of physicians were owners. That figure dropped three percentage points to 50.8 percent in 2014. The AMA conducted similar surveys in the 1980s, when physician practice ownership was the dominant arrangement. For example, in 1983, by comparison, 76.1 percent of physicians were practice owners, as noted in a 2015 report.”What does that mean for the Private practice? It is more important than ever to protect your practice with a Medical Waste Disposal company that has the proper insurance. Our blog about medical waste liability is a good place to learn more. The second thing to look out for as a smal or any size practice is; price increases, often times what you sign-up for doesn’t match your monthly bill. This could be because of price increases, add on fees or regular cost of living increases. This is an important line item to monitor and helps keep a healthy bottom line. MedPro will perform regular audits to make sure you service matches your needs which is another cost savings practice.
  • Group Practices: According to the APA Practice Organization “Group practices continue to form as an effective strategy for meeting the evolving demands of an increasingly complex health care market. A 2006 member survey by the APA Practice Organization found that approximately one-third of full-time private practitioners are affiliated with a group.Though group practices may differ in legal structure, their members generally share facilities, personnel and earnings. The creation of a group practice can be an effective way to offer an integrated menu of services in a health services marketplace that values “one-stop shopping.” Multidisciplinary groups that also include other health-related services may be even better positioned to meet this marketplace demand.Advantages of group practices;
    • Economies of scale
    • Combined interests and talents
    • Enhanced negotiating position
    • Greater market access
    • Pooled capital
    • Risk sharing
    • Enhanced peer consultation
    • Control
    • Strategic advantages

One thing for sure is no matter what type of practice you operate chances are you are paying too much for medical waste disposal

 

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