Small Changes for Big Improvements to Practices and ASCs in 2015

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In his recently published article, William B. Rabourn presents advice from his fellow medical business consultants at MCG regarding several ways ASCs and practices could benefit from preparing for and initiating change in 2015.

William B. Rabourn, Jr., managing principal at Medical Consulting Group, LLC, recently authored and published an article in Ophthalmology Business’s December 2014 edition in which he and his fellow MCG consultants encourage practices and ASCs to make key changes to improve performance in 2015.

The article, aptly titled "Resolve to Change in 2015,” gives voice to some of the most experienced medical business and information technology specialists in the field: Steve Sheppard, Rob McCarville, Erin Malloy, and Brendan Gallagher. Together, their recommendations cover everything from how to get ahead of the “long-dreaded implementation” of ICD-10 later this year to how to “make the biggest difference in your revenue” when negotiating reimbursement rates.

“If we can count on nothing else, we can count on things to change in 2015,” says Rabourn. “I have never seen a practice that couldn’t benefit from change, but what needs to be altered and how much should be attempted at one time may not be obvious.”

Rabourn’s article serves as a starting point for those looking to make some improvements this year; however, it cautions them to remember that making too many changes at once could be detrimental. To help decide which changes would be most beneficial to a particular practice or ASC, he recommends bringing in a consultant to serve as a “change agent.”

Read the full article on page 17 of Ophthalmology Business, or watch Medical Consulting Group’s brief Eye for Business video to hear it from the consultants.

Visit to learn more about Bill Rabourn and the business solution experts at Medical Consulting Group.

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