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2018 Annual Session Conference

On Top of Capitol Hill: Maximizing Practice Cash Flow

May 8, 2018 9:10am ‐ May 8, 2018 10:10am


While your daily focus may be on production, any successful business must also keep a good pulse on the actual revenues that come in. The best way to predict the short-term and long-term health of your practice is to know where your cash flow stands in relation to what your practice produces. And knowing is only half the battle – if you find you need to increase your revenues, policies and procedures can be put in place to do that in effective ways without a negative effect on production. There are several team members that can have a major impact on the cash flow of the practice, and focusing on the performance of your practice can build a more stable, robust, sustainable business.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the sources of cash flow in the practice including patient delinquency, insurance delinquency, insurance filing strategies, and financial arranging.
  • Measure their cash flow compared to production on the on your practice management system. 
  • Improve the cash flow in the practice by making small shifts in policies that still  support success in case acceptance.



  • Jackie Shoemaker : Financial Interest

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