Physician Practice Management Association

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21 days ago

Multi-Specialty Group Adding Gastro

Practice America Eureka, CA

This busy multi-specialty group has an increasing number of patient referrals that is necessitating the addition of another gastroenterologist. The… HealtheCareers


9 days ago

ENT Oppty - SW Tennessee

Practice America Jackson, TN

This community of 100,000 has an easy life style, local colleges and universities, and is less than one hour to Memphis, TN. Student loan repayments… HealtheCareers


9 days ago

Family Practice - Hospitalist

Practice America Jackson, TN

This college / university community of 100,000 is less than an hour to Memphis, and two hours to Nashville. Come see for yourself the strength of… HealtheCareers


30+ days ago

OP Family Med - Established Group

Practice America Santa Rosa, CA

This town of 170,000 has much to offer in the way of a great lifestyle, housing choices, proximity to San Francisco, and excellent public and private… HealtheCareers


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    Consulting in the Healthcare Industry

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    • Senior Management
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    Current Employee - Medical Consultant in Orlando, FL
    Current Employee - Medical Consultant in Orlando, FL

    I have been working at Physician Practice Management Association full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Being self employed, you can set your own work schedule, and be there for your clients whenever they need you. You can, as well, be there for your family, whenever they need you. Working in an industry for so many years, you know your business and enjoy knowing that your knowledge helps others.

    Cons

    Getting paid as a consultant, you're not always a priority on any payment list. Although your work and efforts bring revenue and good results, you tend to be last on the list to be paid, or thought of as not a priority to be paid.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Always make a good solid contract and make sure that you are first on the list to be paid, as knowing that if not for you, some practices would surely fail.

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