Practice Management

Jennifer D. Rea, Jeffrey L. Cohen
Practice Management is a topic covered in the ASCRS Textbook of Colon and Rectal Surgery.

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Key Concepts

  • Building a successful practice starts with providing excellent patient care first and foremost.
  • Attempt to achieve the quadruple aim of providing improved patient/customer experience with increased quality and cost efficiency while also focusing on provider health and wellness.
  • The basic premise behind salaries is that they should correlate to the work performed by the surgeon and align incentives with the goals of the individual and the practice.
  • Developing a practice involves incorporating the four A’s of a successful surgeon—availability, affability, ability, and accountability.

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Key Concepts

  • Building a successful practice starts with providing excellent patient care first and foremost.
  • Attempt to achieve the quadruple aim of providing improved patient/customer experience with increased quality and cost efficiency while also focusing on provider health and wellness.
  • The basic premise behind salaries is that they should correlate to the work performed by the surgeon and align incentives with the goals of the individual and the practice.
  • Developing a practice involves incorporating the four A’s of a successful surgeon—availability, affability, ability, and accountability.

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Last updated: January 26, 2022