The Journal of Medical Practice Management – January/February 2015
by Cheryl Toth, MBA
With the proper planning and preparation, nonphysician practitioners (NPPs) can improve physician productivity and increase patient access to the practice. A thorough training and orientation program is vital to optimizing the effectiveness and retention of an NPP. An organized approach to understanding payer reimbursement guidelines will ensure that his or her services are documented and billed correctly, and paid appropriately. And proper communication and marketing will go a long way toward building the NPP’s patient base. This article offers seven proven ideas for getting an NPP off to a great start in any physician practice.