Don’t let social distancing bankrupt your practice with Dr. Paul Firth

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Don’t let social distancing bankrupt your practice with Dr. Paul Firth

April 22, 2020
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Don’t let social distancing bankrupt your practice with Dr. Paul Firth

In this episode of the EntreMD Podcast, I interview Dr. Paul Firth founder of Paul Firth Pediatrics and we talk about all the inspiring ways he pivoted his practice in the COVID19 era.

We discuss:

  • The top three thought processes that should guide your strategies.
  • His experience with adopting Telemedicine.
  • Scheduling and workflow changes he implemented in his office.
  • Patient engagement strategies.

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Links mentioned in this episode:

Interview with Dr. Paul Firth on how to code 99214/5 Telemedicine visits.
Coding course by Dr. Paul Firth – Use the code “DRUNA” to get 25% off the course (affiliate code).
Free Telemedicine Masterclass with Dr. Una 
Freedom Formula Masterclass – 12 week masterclass 
Remember to use the discount code “PODCAST” to get 50% off.

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