Effectively defining success is one of the most critical components of ensuring both the long-term health and day-to-day efficiencies of one’s practice. Practices require trustworthy and actionable data. They need to have the ability to act and the appetite to change when opportunities present themselves. And while the challenges of properly assessing the “I.Q.” of a practice may be complex, the solution doesn’t have to be.
Please follow this link to read the article written by MedData’s chief information officer, Sue Chilson, and vice president practice management, Jack Poppe, at Advance for Healthcare Professionals entitled, “What is Your Financial Practice I.Q.?“