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GI Practice Management 101
December 11, 2014


This new ASGE course provides office management staff with the essentials needed to effectively and efficiently manage a GI unit. Presented by GI practice managers at the top of their field, GI practice Management 101 serves as an introduction to GI endoscopy practice management best practices. course sessions will cover topics such as running a profitable endoscopy unit, achieving efficiency in your office operations and managing and staffing the GI practice. GI Practice Management 101 was designed to be highly interactive and provide winning practical solutions that can be implemented immediately in your practices.
This course is perfect for those propelled into office management, new to practice management or new to GI practice management.
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Faculty

Frank Chapman“The income equation, regardless of setting or size of group, is (receipts – expense) = income. We can impact that equation by managing the receipts and/or managing expenses. If we are able to increase receipts, for every $1 in increase we typically see it reduced by $0.50 in expense. However for every $1 in expense we reduce income is increased by the full amount of the savings. Also what we have seen over the last few years and are again seeing today is that we tend to have more control over our expenses than we have over receipts. The ASGE’s Practice Management 101 course will provide a good understanding of how to manage practice expenses especially for small practice administrators and those new to management. It is a course designed to meet the challenges we face in an ever changing medical environment.”
 
Frank J. Chapman, M.B.A.
Chief Operating Officer
Ohio Gastroenterology Group, Inc.
Central Ohio Endoscopy Center, LLC
Columbus, Ohio

Roger Franck“ 'I just don’t have time to think at work!' We have heard this time and again from small group managers and endoscopy centers. This is the time for you to pick up some ideas to help you every day in your job. Whether you just want to validate your own operations or ask specific questions about your office or endoscopy center, this IS the opportunity to do just that!"

Roger Franck, MHA
Administrator
Endoscopy Center of North Mississippi
Oxford, Mississippi


Barbara Tauscher“There have been major changes to GI upper endoscopy reimbursement in the past year, and we anticipate additional changes for 2015. GI practices will need to seek other revenue sources and control costs to meet these changes. This course has been designed to examine the critical areas of the GI practice (clinic and endoscopy staffing, mid-level provider utilization, and cost centers analysis) and to identify ways to improve operations and control costs."
 
Barbara G. Tauscher, MHA, FACMPE
Director of Operations
Gastroenterology – South Division
The Oregon Clinic
Oregon City, Oregon

Learning objectives

Upon completion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:
  • Recognize cost centers and profit centers for the typical GI practice
  • Integrate ASGE and other clinical guidelines in your practice
  • Perform rudimentary evaluation of ancillary services such as infusion or histology/pathology
  • Identify how to “right size” your office
  • Develop an analysis (proforma) to determine whether a specific cost center activity (pathology lab, infusion, capsule) is profitable 
  • Utilize mid-level providers to enhance the efficiency of the office or hospital-based GI practice
  • Identify various staffing models within the office and endoscopy center, and select a model that best fits the practice culture and needs

Target audience

This course is designed for practice administrators, nurse managers and 
physicians who are new to GI practice management, or work within a small 
to medium office.
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