Dallas Medical Practice Management
Dallas Healthcare Has Changed
If you’re reading this article, then chances are you’ve been around the healthcare block long enough to know that things don’t look as good as they used to. Nope, the shine has been taken off the whole “hospital” thing and, like it or not, Obamacare has changed the neighborhood forever. As a doctor, assuming you are a doctor or somehow affiliated with one since you’re here, the good times have all but rolled on and you’ve been left holding the bag. Maybe you’ve found yourself working in the belly of some giant catch-all healthcare conglomerate, or maybe you’ve hung up your own shingle and began a solo practice. If you did strike out on your own, you’re the sort of person we like to talk to.
Managing Your Medical Practice
We’re just speaking hypothetically here, but let’s say you are a general practitioner and run a family-focused medical clinic in Dallas. The busy part of Dallas. Say, Highland Park. Your place has been up and running for a few years and you have a good amount of regular clients, most who come in for a yearly check-up, seasonal flu shots, and of course you have the handful of those self-diagnosing weekend warriors who binge surf WebMD and come in more frequently. You also have a dozen or so employees, a PA that comes in a few days a week, a X-Ray tech on demand, and some pricey high tech medical equipment that some salesman talked you into buying on credit a few months back. You have a lot of moving parts, not to mention a lot of monthly bills.
This is just setting the stage, but let’s not forget to mention the stringent medical compliancy rules for billing, record keeping and everything HIPAA oversees for patient privacy and protection. You surely have someone on staff to only handle these important matters, right?
Okay, so to recap: You have a clinic in a high rent area with the typical fluctuating stream of patients who come in once, maybe twice a year. Twelve employees who require insurance, payroll taxes, etc, etc. A Physician’s Assistant who can’t be cheap. The X-Ray technician who shows up when he can. High interest rates on new equipment that doesn’t even fit in the spare area that used to be your break room. Oh, and some Compliancy Manager who makes sure your practice stays above board. We got everything?
Dallas Medical Practice Management and You
Maybe you’re not flush with employees. Maybe it’s the opposite. Maybe you’re thinking that the above scenario doesn’t sound anything like your current situation. Although helpful and perhaps necessary, who can afford twelve full-time employees? You would love to be able to pay a Physician’s Assistant to run the store sometimes, but that isn’t in the cards. HIPAA compliance employee? Ha! You do that yourself, too. In fact, you wear quite a few hats and have always felt that if you didn’t have to, you could focus on the one thing that made you want to be a doctor in the first place: Healing people.
Hm. That’s interesting. You want to be able to let someone else take care of employees, paperwork, HIPAA, management, and payroll. You simply want to get back to seeing patients. We want the same things. In fact, we want to take all that healthcare management stuff off your plate so you can get back to healing people full-time. What do you think of that?
We’re Trinetic Healthcare and we’re in the business of Dallas Medical Practice Management.
Our Medical Group Umbrella
All of the medical practices we take under our managerial umbrella maintain their individualism. We don’t take control of your practice. That’s your world. We just want to help mesh that world with the worlds of all our other independent doctors and medical clinics across Dallas-Fort Worth.
Improve Access. Improve Cost. Improve Outcomes.
Those three items aren’t just cobbled together to form some clever slogan. It’s an ideal. Our idea of what the perfect Dallas healthcare group looks like. And this perfect group shares resources, knowledge and expertise across the network of physicians and clinics to provide better access and outcomes for both doctor and patient alike.
Whether you’re overworked and over-stressed due to wearing too many hats at your solo medical clinic, or you’re tired of managing a medical circus on your own and want some medical practice management assistance, becoming a Provider Partner with Trinetic Healthcare is the perfect solution. Let us handle the business side while you help get patients better and request a consultation today.