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Rightsizing: Appropriate Staffing for your Medical Practice
Rightsizing: Appropriate Staffing for your Medical Practice
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With medical group practices contending with declining reimbursement and increasing costs, their leaders frequently think of cutting staff. But rightsizing doesn't always mean downsizing it means having the right number and right mix of staff to ensure optimal physician productivity, practice efficiency and financial performance.

This book presents a systematic approach to rightsizing. The authors outline a five-step process to realign staffing levels and responsibilities to optimize performance.

Tools and resources to help practice executives apply the rightsizing process to their organizations include:

  • Comprehensive data tables to help practices perform their own benchmarking analyses
  • Case studies to demonstrate the steps in the rightsizing process
  • Practice models that reflect innovative staffing plans
  • A staffing resource allocation tool to get the right mix of employees

    Table of contents

    1. What Is Rightsizing?
    2. Why Rightsize the Medical Practice?
    3. How Staffing Levels Affect Medical Practice Profitability
    4. Staffing is a Measure of Work
    5. The Impact of Internal Practice-Specific Factors on Rightsizing
    6. A Systematic Approach to Rightsizing the Medical Practice
    7. A Closer Look at Staffing Categories and Staffing Models
    8. Conclusion and Future Implications
    9. Appendixes
Publication Date: January 2003
Number of Pages: 178
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