Drawing on best practices developed by the experienced medical practice management consultants and hands-on managers of the Halley Consulting Group, LLC, this invaluable guide helps you make the smartest start-up and management decisions.
|Title: The Medical Practice Start-Up Guide
Author: The Halley Consulting Group, LLC
Release Date: July 10, 2008
Format: Paperback, 250 pages
Avoid start-up pitfalls, frustrations and costly mistakes. You’ve spent years preparing to provide high-quality clinical care. You’ve dreamed of starting your own practice. But is that the right decision? And if so, what’s the right way to get it going? Invest a few hours reading The Medical Practice Start-Up Guide and you’ll have answers. Drawing on best practices developed by the experienced medical practice management consultants and hands-on managers of the Halley Consulting Group, LLC, this invaluable guide helps you make the smartest start-up and management decisions. If you’re looking to combine the freedom to deliver excellent care with solid financial and quality-of-life rewards, The Medical Practice Start-Up Guide is absolutely “must” reading.
“Sound practical information… written and organized in a way to allow those new to medical group management to recognize immediate benefit. Should be required reading for all newly graduated physicians and medical practice staff.”
“Marc Halleys new book is spot on what is currently happening in every doctors office across the country. A must read for anyone who wants to keep their head above water and their business solvent.”
“As I travel throughout the US working with physicians, I am struck that their major complaints about residency are not about grueling hours or failure to learn judgment and technique. Their most common complaints, by far, are that they feel poorly prepared to deal with the practice of medicine. Marc Halley’s latest book on starting a practice is loaded with practical suggestions about employment vs. entrepreneurship, practice location, family issues, competition, payer considerations, and financial performance evaluation.
“Becoming familiar with the topics in this book will facilitate physicians’ becoming more comfortable with one of their most important life decisions- how and where they will practice. My only regret is that Marc Halley did not write it in a previous century, so that I could have read it before I took my first job!”
ABOUT THE EDITORS:
The Medical Practice Start-Up Guide is edited by Halley Consulting Group, LLC, President and CEO Marc D. Halley, MBA, and Vice President of Operations, Michael J. Ferry, MPA. The Halley Consulting Group draws on more than 100 years of combined experience managing independent physician-owned and hospital-owned practices, primary care practices, internal medicine subspecialty groups and surgical practice specialties. In addition to working with new practices, Halley has helped turn around the performance of numerous practices and networks.