BPC has the right business model at the right time to help surgical practices scale, but at the same time save money by being a part of a larger network for marketing, call center, and analytics so they can focus on the practice of medicine.
ATLANTA, GA (PRWEB) April 05, 2016
Back Pain Centers of America (BPC), which connects people searching for solutions to their neck and back pain to find a reputable physician in their area, announces that Quintin Thomas has joined the company as director, physician partnerships effective March 14, 2016.
“We are excited to have Quintin join our team. He understands the pressure physicians are up against: helping more patients while maintaining a cost-effective practice and not sacrificing quality of care,” says Brent Wheeler, president of Back Pain Centers of America. “Quintin’s experience will help us expand the number of physicians in our network to meet the demands of the over 150,000 people annually calling Back Pain Centers of America to help them find relief for chronic back and neck pain.”
“Back Pain Centers of America has the right business model at the right time to help surgical practices scale, but at the same time save money by being a part of a larger network for marketing, call center, and analytics so they can focus on the practice of medicine,” says Thomas. “The Back Pain Center model helps patients find reputable physicians to provide care. It also helps enable practices to grow yet maintain an emphasis on the quality of patient care instead of costly infrastructure as they are sharing costs with multiple practices in different geographic areas.”
Thomas joined Back Pain Centers from ZocDoc in Atlanta, Georgia, where he has been since 2011. Previously, he served in the financial markets with BB&T Investment Services and First Citizens Investor Services. Thomas earned a bachelor of arts in history from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
About Back Pain Centers of America
Back Pain Centers of America has helped people find safe, reliable relief for chronic pain since 2009. The call centers match patients searching for relief for neck and back pain to reputable, board-certified healthcare practices in their geographic area. They have the largest network of minimally-invasive spine centers in America. This service is free to patients. For more information for patients, please visit http://www.backpaincenters.com. For spine practices interested in joining the network, please visit http://www.backpaincentersofamerica.com. Also follow BPC on LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter.