1 hour Audio and Power Point Presentation
Recorded September 25, 2015
With the Patient Affordable Care Act fully in motion, there will be many more insureds. Interestingly, many of these new patients will be enrolled in high deductible plans that means they are spending first dollar. Physician groups will need to understand all of the nuances of what truly effective customer service means. In addition, patient retention will be just as necessary in the new world of branding and competition. This presentation will coordinate a discussion about market changes and ideas you can deploy to begin adapting to these changes.
Cameron Cox, III., MHA, FACMPE
Cameron Cox is President and CEO of MSOC Health. Recognizing the need for business expertise in small independent medical practices, Cam formed MSOC in 1997 as a means of assisting physicians as they adapt to the changing healthcare environment. Early in his career, Cam served as Practice Administrator for a radiology practice in Virginia. His role included all aspects of the revenue cycle, human resource management, strategic planning and business development, as well as daily operations. This experience provided an in-depth working knowledge of both the intricacies of start-up practices and the idiosyncrasies of mature practices. During his years as President of MSOC Health, Cam has had the opportunity to work with more than 200 medical practices ranging in size from one part-time physician to 20+ providers. MSOC has provided consulting and billing services to more than 300 individual providers in 20 medical specialties. Cam is a Fellow in the American College of Medial Practice Executives and Past President of Triangle Medical Managers. He currently serves on the Political Advocacy Committee for the North Carolina Medical Group Managers. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in Healthcare Administration from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Cam regularly speaks on a broad array of issues, including effective practice management, revenue cycle, EMR and other technologies, and a host of other subjects that are presenting challenges and opportunities to today’s medical practitioners.
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