Practice Management

Setting up a practice — whether independent or part of a group practice — can be a daunting task. There are many steps to take, and decisions to make along the way. Some of these may include exploring whether to rent or buy a space, hiring office staff, selecting an electronic medical record program, learning to bill or evaluating an existing group practice.

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Electronic medical records

There are many considerations you will need to make before selecting an electronic medical records (EMRs) program for your office.

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Evaluating an established practice

It is flattering to be asked to join an established practice, but it is important to make sure it is the right set up for you.

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Setting up your medical or clinical office

Starting an office from scratch allows you to set up your office to meet your specific needs; however, there are many considerations you need to make so that it runs smoothly.

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Staffing and human resources

Few residents are familiar with the employment standards that regulate staff hiring and termination. Before you start hiring staff you should familiarize yourself with the employment standards to avoid getting yourself into a sticky situation.

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Billing

GP Billing

Although you have worked hard, you will not get paid until you have submitted your billings to MSP. Learning to bill effectively will prevent delays in payment.

Specialist Billing

Although there are many billing codes, there are some common codes that you should become familiar with so that you can bill effectively for the work that you do.