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Premium Content Preview | Three Tips to Stop Revenue Leaks in Your Private Practice


You’re not just running a private practice, you’re running a business. But running a private practice today is more than providing quality patient care.


Three Tips to Stop Revenue Leaks in Your Private Practice


It requires a plethora of administrative tasks
that can quickly drain your bottom line if
done incorrectly or inefficiently. In fact, the
average practice has a 10 to 15 percent profit
leak, according to Marc Lion, CEO of Lion &
Company CPAs.

This guide walks you through common practice
management holes that are leaking time and
money from your practice, and the best tools
you can use to improve operational efficiency
and reduce redundancy. The end result is
a proficient office, happier employees and
patients, and a solid, healthy financial future.




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