New Book Gives Healthcare Administrators and Practice Owners Control Over Staffing and Fiscally-smart Practice Structures for NPs and PAs
PHOENIX, Md., Nov. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ Most medical practice management literature addresses practice structure and profitability as it relates to physicians. The role of nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) has evolved significantly over the past several years but most practices are not set up to take full advantage of their potential. Yet fiscally smart and patient-centered practices are effectively using nurse practitioners and physician assistants in this ever-changing healthcare landscape. This new book discusses what employers can expect when hiring advanced practice providers and how to help midlevel providers in their practices reach their full potential.
"Any practice that is not using the full power of physician assistants and nurse practitioners is missing out on a breakthrough," says author Erin Tolbert. "With Unlocking the Value of NPs and PAs: Increase Revenue and Create a Healthy and Thriving Practice with Midlevel Providers," she says, "medical practice administrators can get right to work tracking productivity, analyzing costs, planning compensation, and deciding on a structure that takes advantage of the midlevel providers to improve practice efficiency and practice revenue."
Published by Greenbranch Publishing, this indispensable book (in print and convenient eBook) provides:
Introduction - Why Better Midlevel Provider Management Matters
Chapter 1: A Day in the Life of a Midlevel Medical Provider
Pros, cons and potential to improve
Chapter 2: A Flawed System - How Did We Get Here?
A Brief Timeline of the U.S. Healthcare System and its Impact on Medical Providers
Chapter 3: Healthcare Education vs. Reality
What healthcare providers need to know beyond patient care
Chapter 4: Midlevel Providers and Your Practice
Using NPs and PAs to increase revenue and improve work-life balance
Chapter 5: Nurse Practitioners and Training
What Happens When Things Go Right
Chapter 6: Best Midlevel Provider Hiring Practices
Compensation and Expectation Transparency
Chapter 7: Recruiting and Retaining Midlevel Providers
Cut Costs and Run a Healthy Business
Chapter 8: Common Objections to Using Advanced Practice Providers
Addressing Productivity Effects, Integration and Liability
Readers will feel empowered with practical, actionable strategies for improving practice structure and hiring practices with midlevel providers. Written from the perspective of a nurse practitioner who works with hospitals and clinics examining their recruiting practices and management strategies, readers will gain an all-new understanding of these strategies that will lead to stronger employment relationships with NPs and PAs and ultimatelyfinancial profitability.
Meet Erin Tolbert, RN, MSN, FNP-C
Erin Tolbert is a certified Family Nurse Practitioner who actively practices in the emergency department in Nashville, Tennessee. Her clinical experience lies in family practice, urgent care and emergency medicine. Based on her own career journey, Ms. Tolbert founded MidlevelU in 2012 to share her professional experience with prospective and practicing nurse practitioners and physician assistants. MidlevelU serves as a resource for NPs, PAs and the facilities that employ such providers and is a thriving online community with more than 100,000 monthly readers. Erin Tolbert and MidlevelU regularly receive national media attention on news outlets like The Fox News Channel and CNN where Erin appears as a medical expert discussing the latest healthcare news topics.
$69.00 list price, eBook $62.00
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