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medical practice

(1) Practice of medicine, see there.
(2) A clinic or office where a physician practises, as in Dr Smith has his medical practice in London.
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As the leading association for medical practice administrators and executives since 1926, MGMA helps improve members' practices through exclusive member benefits, education, resources, news, information, advocacy, and networking opportunities, and produces some of the most credible and robust medical practice economic data and data solutions in the industry.
But, if a medical practice takes the "bill the patient later" philosophy, they will likely face less than a 40 percent chance of ever seeing that money.
Government agencies do not seek to assist medical practices in their preparation efforts, but expect them to respond and continue operating in the wake of disaster," they wrote in their poster.
By leveraging its proprietary medical practice area analysis tool MarketPlanner, the company will provide comprehensive support solutions to medical practitioners who intend to open new clinics, in collaboration with healthcare consultants.
Given the advancements in the use of electronic systems in medical practice, it may seem odd that patient referrals have not been addressed.
The number of deaths from influenza was estimated using two approaches: observations from a general medical practice and data from a vaccine trial.
This is a good reference book for the accountant and owner of medical practices.
In Part III the author attempts to analyze how medical practice and social values interact; this is by far the shortest section of the book, comprising only thirty-four pages.
In Valuation of a Medical Practice, the authors provide what is truly a "how to" book for medical practice valuations by clearly revealing insights into all aspects of the business operations that must be analyzed.
Otherwise responsible and dedicated physicians are forced to place finances over sound medical practices.
Second, the FDA has repeatedly said it does not regulate medical practice - device manufacturers, yes; doctors, no.
Traditionally, medical practices have elected the cash basis of accounting.

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