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Grow your practice with ancillaries

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If you're like most primary care physicians, you think you should earn more for the 60, 70, and even 80 hours you work each week. The fact is, you can.

If you're like most primary care physicians (PCPs), you think you should earn more for the 60, 70, and even 80 hours you work each week. The fact is, you can.

As part of Medical Economics' continuing series on ways PCPs can and have boosted their incomes, this issue offers an overview of ancillary services that you can provide, with a look at a few of the options in greater depth. We'll explore additional ancillary products and services in upcoming issues.

The majority of in-office income boosters fall into five general categories:

Let's look at these income-boosters in more detail.

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