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Throughout the last several years, private practices have become less common and more physicians are becoming employed by large national groups or hospital systems. So, what does this mean for the future of private practices, at least in the way that we know them now? Dr. Brian Schmutzler, Owner at Anesthesia Consulting and Clinical Specialists, LLC, joins the show to share his wealth of knowledge on this subject, explaining what we can expect to see in the coming years in terms of private practices.
Listen in as Brian explains the impact that COVID had on the state of private practices and why he believes private practices are beginning to fail. You will learn the value in having more flexibility within your practices to ensure there is always enough staff to work, advice on how to overcome the ever-growing compliance scale, and what to consider when it comes to the cost discussion surrounding private practices.
What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:
- The current scope of Brian’s duties.
- Why private practices are becoming less plentiful.
- What Brian believes to be the future of private practices.
- How COVID impacted the state of private practices.
- How the lack of staff and flexibility in private practices has made it hard to compete with large groups.
- The importance of calibrating expectations from the beginning.
- What you need to know about costs moving forward.
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Resources In Today’s Episode:
- Dr. Brian Schmutzler: LinkedIn
- E139 Private Practice Pitfalls And Starting An Anesthesia Company w. Dr. Brian Schmutzler
- Physician advocacy institute – in conjunction with Avalere Health, a healthcare consulting company
- E126 What The Surprise Billing Legislation Means For Anesthesiologists In 2022 w. Dr. Mo Azam
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