Anesthesia Business Consultants: What We Do
If you ask an Anesthesia Business Consulant employee what the company provides its clients, they are likely to say three things: cash, information and advice. These are the three legs of the stool that supports each client practice. It is not an easy proposition to support because no one member of the team can do it all. The team supporting each client must work in a logically integrated and collaborative manner. A vice president of client management may orchestrate the service, but the account manager is just as important as each of the other members in assuring that the full scope of expectations are consistently met.
With regard to our ability to effectively collect what is collectable given the services each client performs and the payors who will be responsible for compensating them, our results speak for themselves. We have learned how to manage payors and keep them compliant to the terms we have negotiated. Our practice management tools allow us to establish an expected payment for each and every case so that we can measure the effectiveness of our management strategy and collections efforts.
Our technology and information management tools are cutting edge. There is simply no more powerful tool than Oracle and no more powerful anesthesia software than First Anesthesia. Our history has helped us identify what anesthesia practices should know to stay productive and efficient. Our large and diverse client base also challenges us to anticipate each new practice management development with appropriate management resources and solutions. Our current technology was specifically designed to anticipate the unexpected with no constraints to the type of data we capture for our clients.
For all the discipline of our approach and the power of our technology, however, nothing can match the value of our experience. Years of creative problem-solving has made us even better problem-solvers. The management of almost every conceivable type of anesthesia practice has made us ever better managers. Each new member of the team brings experience and a fresh perspective that challenges the organization to stay relevant and focused. This ability to sound out issues, explore creative solutions and offer innovative alternatives to clients has proven itself as a significant asset in a wide variety of client management situations.