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When you treat your practice like a business...

You’ll serve your patients better.
You’ll take a big step in securing your future.
You’ll continue to support your community.
You’ll be maintaining your sanity.

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Dr. Adam Leonard is ready to get out…out of his practice, out of the bills, out of the paper work, and out of the ICD-10 upgrades. Adam is ready to get out of the business of healthcare, and he has been ready for years.

Maybe. He’s not completely sure...

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What the father of patient-centered care can teach you about selling your medical practice... http://buff.ly/1oSYxdz

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What the father of patient-centered care can teach you about selling your medical practice... http://buff.ly/1AztJkN

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The newest version of the international coding system is bigger, more granular and more clinical, but those are the least of your concernes... http://buff.ly/1wf4VQ5 #healthcare

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Quick…how much is your life insurance policy worth?

Even if you didn’t have an exact number, you have a general idea right? Now, if you had to sell your practice within the next year, how much would you bring in?

If you don’t know, that’s ok, but it means that you’re not prepared for a situation that every medical practice will eventually go through.

This conversation is probably sounding just a little familiar, and that’s because the talk around valuation of a medical practice has some things in common with the end of life discussions you’ve likely had with a patient or two.
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