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3 tips for practice administrators in team-based settings

October 4, 2019

A good administrator makes a practice more productive by ensuring all physicians and staff members work together smoothly and effectively, and that could be the key to a smooth transition to team-based care, according to an article in Diagnostic Imaging.

The industry shift toward quality-based care has generated interest in practice models that use a team of physicians and medical staff to provide patient-centric care, as FiercePracticeManagement has previously reported. Models such as patient-centered medical homes and accountable care organizations have demonstrated benefits, but those benefits sometimes come with friction among team members, according to the article. Enter the administrator, whose job involves ensuring that practitioners work together as efficiently as possible.

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