Taking the Pain out of Practice Management

August 27, 2015
Dana Greenstein

Many practitioners face common pain points when it comes to managing their practice.  In a business environment filled with complex client expectations, constant legislative changes and advancing technology, re-evaluating internal work processes such as data organization, project tracking and finance management  is more important than ever.  READ FULL ARTICLE.

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