Jerri Ivey, director of revenue cycle management at VitalSkin Dermatology, shares details on the upcoming 2021 E&M revisions, including what changes are taking place, the why behind the revisions, and what steps you can take to prepare.
One expert offers insight into how to develop a confidential information memorandum and approach potential buyers, and when to sign non-disclosure agreements.
This month, Todd Peterson, CEO of VitalSkin Dermatology, focuses on how to identify potential buyers and perform your own initial due diligence on them before putting your practice up for sale.
Expert tips and techniques on the best ways to select, hire and retain the right people for your team.
The next two steps in the Selling Your Practice process are perhaps the most important: preparing to clearly understand what you desire from a sale of your practice, and understanding its true value on the open market.
Ashley Buehnerkemper, director of marketing at VitalSkin Dermatology, shares the essentials of managing your dermatology practice’s online reputation.
A financial pro forma is a set of financial projections used by the practice to help potential investors or creditors anticipate the financial results of the practice based on a set of assumptions. Todd Petersen shares how you put one together and whose expertise you need.
As states begin to reopen-and patients return to healthcare providers-you, your team and your patients likely have a lot of questions regarding what the post-COVID-19 healthcare experience will be like. You can take these steps to alleviate team safety concerns and communicate safety changes to patients.
Betsy Wernli, M.D., board-certified dermatologist and president of Forefront Dermatology, shares the unique ways that her practice has adapted care during the pandemic.