Imagine your only job is practicing medicine.
Seeing patients. Delivering care. Rendering treatment. Being a doctor. That’s why you went to med school in the first place.
Yet, like most private practice physicians today, you spend countless hours dealing with insurance companies, government mandates, office management, suppliers, billing and a host of other administrative, non-clinical tasks. Add to that reduced Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements, rising costs of overhead, and the expense associated with a multitude of new regulations and your private practice is faced with extreme challenges to its survival. Primarily, of course, all of these distractions take away from the time you spend providing the high-quality patient care you want to provide.
You need a partner. A business partner. Someone to take off your shoulders all of the administrative functions that don’t require a degree in medicine.
You need Physician Partners of America.