Features  |   January 2019
Practice Finance: How Does the Practice Get Paid? How Do You Get Paid?
Author Affiliations
  • J.P. Lawrence, M.D., M.Ed., M.B.A.
    Committee on Practice Management
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Features   |   January 2019
Practice Finance: How Does the Practice Get Paid? How Do You Get Paid?
ASA Monitor 1 2019, Vol.83, 8-10.
ASA Monitor 1 2019, Vol.83, 8-10.
Greetings Monitor readers! Consistent with the practice management theme this month, we were asked to provide a concise update regarding how funds flow from the patient to the practice and ultimately to the physician. While considering the broad scope of the subject, we decided that answering the following two questions would make the material most relevant to practicing anesthesiologists:
The answer to either of these questions alone could fill an entire issue of this newsletter. However, we hope to provide an introduction that stimulates readers to further explore these subjects. The assumption that how the practice is paid correlates directly with your paycheck is often overly simplistic.
1 Comment
January 4, 2019
Brian Henk
Anesthesia Associates of Ann Arbor
Recommendations?
Great primer article. Can you recommend some resources for a deeper dive on these topics?
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