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Articles by Denise Tumblin, CPA

Practice manager position description

Sep 14, 2006

Use this position description to determine the responsibilities of a practice manager.

"I save the owner 25 hours a week—and then some."

Practice managers lower turnover, free up the doctors' time so they can focus more on patients and clients, and improve the owners' sanity. Could you use one of these gems in your practice?
Sep 1, 2006

Practice managers lower turnover, free up the doctors' time so they can focus more on patients and clients, and improve the owners' sanity. Could you use one of these gems in your practice?

Loving Hands reaches $1.7 million

Jun 1, 2006

This practice improved scheduling and compliance, established a solid staff management team, developed written standards of care, and more. Not only is Loving Hands Animal Clinic stronger— and ready to move into a new facility—but it made money along the way.

Blood pressure fees

May 1, 2006

Should we charge separately for blood pressure evaluations or incorporate these fees into our annual exam fees for pets 5 and older and ill pets?

Compensation for after-hours work

Apr 1, 2006

In "Feeling Squeezed by Expenses?" (December 2005), the author discusses categories for expenses. What category does after-hours emergency work fit into, and what is the current pay recommendation for those services?

Client visitation and retention

Mar 1, 2006

How can I calculate client visitation and retention?

Feeling cramped?

If your burgeoning practice is making you claustrophobic, try these strategies to accommodate growth.
Jan 1, 2006

If your burgeoning practice is making you claustrophobic, try these strategies to accommodate growth.

Checklist: Why are my expenses so high?

Dec 1, 2005

Are your expenses dragging you down? Use this checklist to discover weak links in your finances.

Feeling squeezed by expenses?

Take control of your practice's financial health, balance your cash flow, and create some more breathing room.
Dec 1, 2005

Are you feeling the pinch of not enough revenue and too much expense? Don't wait until you hear crunching bones to make a move. There's no better time than now to start charming your practice to better financial health.

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