Bill Rabourn Leads an AMO Emerging Leaders Program Course

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Medical Consulting Group Managing Principal William B. Rabourn lead ophthalmologists through a course on hiring and managing a practice manager during the inaugural Fall 2015 AMO Emerging Leaders Program for the Rotman School of Management at University of Toronto.

Bill Rabourn and University of Toronto

Bill Rabourn attended the AMO Emerging Leaders Program 2015

... this is a great opportunity for me to answer some of the questions I get most often from clients.

This past weekend, Medical Consulting Group Managing Principal William B. Rabourn lead 17 ophthalmologists through a course on hiring and managing a practice manager during the inaugural Fall 2015 AMO Emerging Leaders Program for the Rotman School of Management at University of Toronto.

“It’s an honor to be selected to participate in a program like this,” says Rabourn. “As a whole, I think the workshop will definitely achieve its goal of helping ophthalmologists develop successful practices and relationships in the world of academia, industry, and government.”

The program, set up to last eight days, is designed for ophthalmologists in their first 10 years post-residency and is broken into four modules, focusing on key areas of development: leadership, research, practice management, and executive coaching. For this first program module held on September 12th and 13th, Rabourn was asked to speak to practice management.

“I’ve been a medical business consultant for more than 25 years,” says Rabourn, “So when I was asked to participate, I thought this is a great opportunity for me to answer some of the questions I get most often from clients about how to hire and manage effective practice managers.”

These commonly asked questions include:

1. What key practice functions should the manager(s) be over?
2. Should I have one or multiple managers over key practice functions?
3. If I have a manager(s) over key practice functions, to whom should they report?
4. What should I expect in reporting from my managers?
5. How often should I meet with my managers?
6. What is the best way to communicate a manager’s role to staff?

For the answers to these questions, contact Bill Rabourn and his fellow business solution experts at Medical Consulting Group by visiting MedCGroup.com or calling 417-889-2040.

Bill Rabourn, Founder & Managing Principal of Medical Consulting Group – Rabourn's nearly 27 years of comprehensive experience in business strategy has resulted in a track record of success in the medical industry. From his Midwestern headquarters, Rabourn provides consulting and award-winning creative services to a select group of medical and surgical ophthalmology and plastic surgery practices across the United States. His clients have ranged from newly-founded to prestigious established practices.

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