Looking Beyond Meaningful Use: New Revenue Sources for Primary Care Practices

Webinar Rebroadcast (October 24, 2012)

Primary care practitioners spend upwards of 675 hours each year on activities that are not compensated – amounting to over $34,000 in lost revenue opportunities. Those who participate in the government’s Meaningful Use incentive program may find some reprieve, but HITECH payouts will barely scratch the surface in offsetting declining revenues and rising costs for most practices.

This webinar discusses innovative ways for medical practices to break out of their revenue ruts:

  • Identify time spent on uncompensated tasks
  • Optimize the revenue you collect from each patient, whether it is before, during or after the clinical visit
  • Identify potential untapped revenue centers in your practice
  • Embrace the role of health information technology in the revenue picture
  • Discover a new business model that generates new top-line revenue

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About the speakers:

Shahid Shah

Shahid Shah

An internationally recognized enterprise software analyst who specializes in healthcare IT with an emphasis on e-health, EHR/EMR, Meaningful Use, data integration, medical device connectivity, health informatics, and legacy modernization. He is the author of healthcareguy.com, a health IT blog.


Steven Ferguson

The patient management officer at Hello Health, the revenue generating EHR platform for primary care practices supporting practice vitality through patient engagement and electronic medical revenue.