Best Practices in Medical Practice Management
The Clinic Service video series “Best Practices in Medical Practice Management” features interviews with successful physicians who share their insights and strategies to create a thriving private practice. Learn from leading physicians in family practice, internal medicine, OBGYN, Dermatology, vascular surgery and more who share their best insights on building, managing and growing a flourishing medical practice.
Leslie Capin, M.D.
Relationships & Culture are Crucial to Growing Medical Practice
Leslie Capin, M.D., is the founder of Dermatology Associates of Colorado and Medical Director of Cara Mia Medical Day Spa. In this segment, Dr. Capin describes the strategies that have enabled her to build and grow a thriving medical practice—now celebrating more than 25 years in business!
David Conway, M.D., CEO
The Future of Private Practice Medicine
David Conway, M.D., and CEO of Littleton Internal Medicine Associates talks about the evolution of private practice medicine. He discusses new quality measures, what it means to be part of an ACO, and how Care Teams are now responsible for taking care of patients. Dr. Conway also talks about the value of financial reporting and proactive medical billing to improve the financial health his medical practice.
Dr. Omar Mubarak, Vascular Surgeon
Manage Your Medical Practice like an Entrepreneur
Omar Mubarak M.D., is a vascular surgeon at The Vascular Institute of the Rockies. He shares his insights on how he and his colleagues manage a successful medical practice. In this video interview with Andrew Graham, CEO of Clinic Service, Dr. Mubarak discusses five key areas the doctors implement to manage the business like entrepreneurs and leading experts in their field. These areas include mentoring, training and learning, weekly business reviews, hiring practices and team building.
Dr. Stephanie Wright, CEO and Chief Physician
Strategies for Starting and Managing a New Medical Practice
Dr. John Xenos, Colorado Orthopaedics
4 Keys to Building a Successful Medical Practice
Several years ago John Xenos, M.D., made the decision to embark on a new career path and start his own medical practice, Colorado Orthopaedics, where he is a managing partner and an orthopedic surgeon. “It has actually exceeded my expectations,” says Dr. Xenos as he describes his new life in private practice. The key to success has been creating a solid foundation focused on four key principles. Watch this episode to learn how to integrate these principles into your practice.