Doing More with Less: Practice Efficiency in Your Dermatology Practice

September 12, 2022  |  7:30pm

As reimbursement declines and costs escalate, maximizing your dermatology practice’s efficiency becomes priority number one in this chaotic environment. Workflow optimization while balancing your investment in it — doing more with less — isn’t natural, it’s learned. National speaker and author Elizabeth Woodcock shows you how to apply innovative management principles to improve practice efficiency. You’ll come away from this fast-paced session with ideas to:

  • Streamline practice operations and improve practice efficiency
  • Reduce appointment no-shows and improve scheduling
  • Implement stellar service techniques that increase patient satisfaction and loyalty
  • Recognize key operations benchmarks to enhance performance improvement opportunities

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For more information, please contact Kerry Kendall with the NCDA.

Elizabeth WoodcockFeatured Speaker: Elizabeth Woodcock

Dr. Elizabeth Woodcock is the founder and principal of Atlanta-based Woodcock & Associates. She is also the author of “The Well-Managed Ambulatory Practice”. She has focused on medical practice operations and revenue cycle management for more than 25 years. She has led educational sessions for a multitude of national professional associations and specialty societies, and consulted for clients as diverse as a solo orthopaedic surgeon in rural Georgia to the Mayo Clinic. She is author or co-author of 17 best-selling practice management books, to include Mastering Patient Flow and The Physician Billing Process: Avoiding Potholes in the Road to Getting Paid.

Prior to founding Woodcock & Associates, she worked as a Group Practice Services Administrator at the University of Virginia Health Services Foundation, a Senior Associate at the Advisory Board Company, and a Consultant for the Medical Group Management Association.

Elizabeth is a Fellow in the American College of Medical Practice Executives and a Certified Professional Coder. In addition to a Bachelor of Arts from Duke University, she completed a Master of Business Administration in healthcare management from The Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania. She earned her Doctor of Public Health in Health Policy and Management from the Bloomberg School of Public Health of Johns Hopkins University. She currently serves as an Adjunct Assistant Professor at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health.