A medical practice is much like a human body. Slow bleeds for a patient can be life threatening – just like slow bleeds for a practice can be catastrophic for the organization. But where do these financial or organizational “slow bleeds” occur?
For bariatric medicine, one of the most important places to look is the patient pipeline. Some call it patient tracking – essentially the pathway a patient takes from initial interaction with your practice to the proper course of care and beyond. Continue reading “4 Signs Your Bariatric Practice is Internally Bleeding”