Host Joe Theine, Practice Administrator at Four Corners Eye, interviews Andrew Maller, MBA, COE and Maureen Waddle, MBA of BSM Consulting, two recognized benchmarking experts in the field of ophthalmology to discuss the top three benchmarks that can help administrators assess the health of their practice and offer tips for using benchmarks for sound business decisions.
Roxanna Martin, clinical coordinator at Akler Eye Center, interviews Dr. Tamim Quam, MD, an expert in productivity and time management in the area of ophthalmic practice to get advice on avoiding procrastination, prioritizing work, delegating responsibilities and more.
The complexities of managing an ophthalmic practice, or any business, are made more complex by the human factor, and the emotions that inherently all humans bring to any situation. Get advice for how to strike a balance between making decisions based purely on emotions or logic.
In this episode on the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act, American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators president Bill Koch, COE, CPC, COA, interviews Nancey McCann, director of government relations for the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery to get a better understanding of the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and learn how practices and physicians will be evaluated and scored in 2017 which will effect 2019 payments.
Using employee evaluations can be a valuable tool in any manager’s toolbox but just having a form for managers to fill out can be a disaster. Find out how to craft a performance evaluation system.
Learn what administrators in busy practices should consider when hiring staff and what should happen after the hire is made to ensure the new hire and existing staff are on the same page.
American Society of Ophthalmic Administrators President Elect Bill Koch, COE, CPC, COA, interviews Nancey McCann, director of government relations for the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery on the biggest change in Medicare payment in over 20 years. Find out what MACRA means specifically for ophthalmologists and learn what it takes to avoid a payment cut and possibly earn a bonus payment in 2019 based on 2017 reporting.