Practice Consulting Services
Need a fresh set of eyes on your practice?
Many businesses, especially those in the healthcare field, don’t see the value in practice consulting services. They believe the ideas consultants come up with are commonsense and ones they’ve already thought of or implemented.
Comprehensive Healthcare Revenue Management (CHRM) wants you to know nothing could be further from the truth. Practice consulting services offers you a strategic picture of your medical practice from an outside source. From identifying challenges and growth points to giving you the tools and direction you need to face the challenges of the future, CHRM’s comprehensive practice consulting services can take your healthcare practice to the next level.
Healthcare is a constantly changing environment and requires medical practices to adapt and stay ahead of those changes. We can help you modernize your practice operations and align your strategic goals while preparing you for future changes. We collaborate with physicians, health systems, hospitals, FSERs, and ASCs to leverage our industry experts to provide a wide spectrum of services. We tailor our projects based on our client’s needs. Our consultants specialize in identifying solutions to the questions you are facing. CHRM has the experience needed to assist your organization.
At CHRM, we take a deep dive into your analytics, data, staffing, operations, patient experience, and RCM to get to the root of your pain points and propose solutions to be implemented by your organization. CHRM has proven to bring winning strategies to clients of all sizes and specialties. Our goal is to leave our clients positioned to achieve long-term success. This mindset continues to resonate throughout CHRM and continues to drive us towards excellence. Let us help your organization fix any issues you are experiencing. Contact us today!
Benefits of Medical Practice Consulting
Better workflow: Efficiency problems can seriously inhibit your practice’s success. Our medical practice consultants can help you identify any roadblocks before they become out of hand, and adjust your processes accordingly via a clear efficiency optimization plan. This will not only improve your practice’s workflow, but also its cash flow, since time = money.
Improved patient care: At CHRM, our team of medical practice consultants makes patient care a priority when it comes to analyzing the effectiveness of your facility. We understand the need for friendly and accommodating staff, efficient scheduling, and a smooth payment process so that your patients feel like people, and not like numbers. As part of our consultancy services, we can offer you clear, realizable guidelines on how you can improve your patient care, and, in the process, your bottom line.
Higher profit margins: As we’ve already mentioned, an improved workflow and improved patient care means more money for your practice. But there are many other ways in which medical practice consulting can lead to higher profit margins as well, such as in-depth operating cost analysis and improved A/R with comprehensive diagnostics and reports.
Less administrative strain: Are you experiencing high rates of staff burnout or turnover? A medical practice consultant can help you overcome administrative strain issues, such as poor employee retention rate, by showing you better ways to allocate responsibilities and resources, including opportunities for outsourcing. This can help you not only improve your staff’s overall morale, but also save you money on unnecessary salaries, training, and benefits.
Increased patient retention: When your staff is overstretched, your patients will feel it as well. Patients will experience a feeling of being neglected or left out, they may feel rushed, and they could even be given misinformation — all of which result in poor patient retention rates. A qualified medical practice consultant can show you how to improve virtually every aspect of your facility’s operation to increase your overall efficiency and patient care, thereby ensuring that every patient who walks through your practice’s doors is likely to do so again.