Becoming a High-Performing Physician Enterprise

Most physician groups are struggling to keep pace with the evolving healthcare environment. Increasing demands and tightened resources are forcing physicians and ambulatory networks to rethink how they manage the health of their patient populations. High-performing organizations have a critical understanding of the strategic, operational, financial, and technological challenges they face and, more importantly, have a plan for overcoming these challenges. Watch the video below to learn more about what it takes to transform your practice into a thriving physician enterprise.

To learn more about performance improvement and how ECG can help, contact us at (800) 729-7635 or ecg@ecgmc.com.

Michelle Holmes, Principal, co-leads ECG’s performance improvement practice.

 

 

 

 

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About Jessica Turgon

Since 1997, Jessica has assisted clients with healthcare operations improvement, revenue cycle optimization, and cancer program strategic planning and management. Her project work includes directing operations and revenue cycle improvement initiatives in academic medical centers, community hospitals, and physician practice settings. In addition, Jessica has extensive experience developing and leading oncology programs with multidisciplinary and clinical research initiatives. Her leadership in cancer center operations has significantly enhanced the financial and strategic standing of several programs, while also improving patient and staff satisfaction. Prior to joining ECG, Jessica was an Administrator of Clinical Services at the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Cancer Center. She received a master of business administration degree from The George Washington University and a bachelor of arts degree in political science from Marymount University.

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