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Medical Practice Services Announces Advanced Practice Seminar

By Stephen A. Dickens, JD, FACMPE
Vice President, Medical Practice Services, SVMIC

June, 2019


The healthcare landscape is rapidly changing!  These changes can be overwhelming to say the least. Do you know there are groups that are not only embracing change but are doing so successfully? Do you want to lead your group by successfully navigating these changes, but you are not sure where to start? Join SVMIC for our first ever Advanced Practice Seminar August 15-16.  Hosted by our Medical Practice Services Department, we will give you insight to the patient-centered practice of the future. You will walk away with action items and ideas you can immediately implement to improve your organization’s performance.

With an emphasis on streamlining your practice while creating efficiency, we will focus on how to effect change. We will discuss the role of team members and the need to work to their full scope of practice. Beginning with the initial patient contact, we will walk through the ideal scheduling and workflow processes to optimize both efficiency and revenue as well. Technology is evolving. We will address how to use it as a tool in a positive way to support your staff and the create a positive patient experience. For more information on the agenda or to register, click here.

About The Author

Stephen Dickens, JD, FACMPE, is the Vice President of the Medical Practice Services Department at SVMIC.  Mr. Dickens has spent over 20 years working in medical practice, hospital, and home care executive positions.  He is a Past Chair of the Medical Group Management Association.  During his tenure, MGMA had more than 33,000 members working in over 18,000 healthcare organizations where some 385,000 physicians practiced.  Additionally, he is a Past President of the MGMA Financial Management Society and Tennessee MGMA.  He is a Board Certified Medical Practice Executive and Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives.

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