The 12 most important KPIs for driving revenue and improving the financial stability of your practice.
Independent practice owners today face challenges that can make it difficult to maintain a patient-centric approach while also maintaining healthy revenue streams. To be financially stable, private practices must prioritize data management—not only tracking key performance indicators (KPIs) but using the data to identify trends and patterns for actionable insights.
Failing to track KPIs can put potential revenue at risk and jeopardize the patient experience. But how do you decide which data points to measure? To help with this crucial decision, our team has identified the 12 most important KPIs for driving revenue and improving the financial stability of your practice.