The Road to Recovery: Strategies for Safely Restarting Elective Procedures

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Date: Thursday, July 2, 2020
Time: 1 PM ET  |  12 PM CT  |  10 AM PT 
Duration: 30 Minutes
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About The Webinar

Elizabeth Woodcock, MBA, FACMPE, CPC, is a professional speaker, trainer and author who has specialized in medical practice management and operations for more than 20 years. She is the author of 17 best-selling practice management books, including Front Office Success: How to Satisfy Patients and Boost the Bottom Line and Mastering Patient Flow.

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WEBINAR SERIES

The Road to Recovery: 
Maximizing Practice 
Revenue During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown many medical practices throughout the country into a tailspin. Revenue has plummeted, while the fixed-cost nature of medical practices' infrastructure has resulted in costs remaining high. Is there an opportunity to bounce back from pandemic-driven financial losses?

Join us for a rapid-fire, content-rich session about how your practice can effectively construct a plan to re-emerge from the unprecedented financial strife brought on by the crisis—especially at a time when you might be reluctant to focus as much on patient financial responsibility. Nationally recognized practice management expert Elizabeth Woodcock will cover a multitude of tactics being embraced by practices to rise above the challenges that have been presented by the crisis.

About Elizabeth Woodcock:

Phreesia gives healthcare organizations a suite of applications to manage the patient intake process and respond to COVID-19. Our innovative SaaS platform engages patients with a convenient mobile experience, while enabling our clients to stay open, reduce contact, and keep patients and staff safe.

About Phreesia:

Attendees to this informative, 30-minute webinar will learn:

  • How to make the most of quality programs, government loans and other possible revenue sources

  • How revenue-maximizing strategies can differ for primary care versus specialty groups

  • Actionable strategies for financial recovery