The Business Side Of Podiatry Revenue.
Curated Insights From Our Founder and CEO Gisele.
Make More Money without Working More Hours
There’s a lot more to a healthy podiatry practice than treating patients. You have to build a strong team, design a smooth workflow, and keep the money coming in-which isn’t always easy. In fact, your greatest roadblock to financial success could be your own billing department. They may, in fact, be leading you to financial ruin.
In The Business Side of Podiatry Revenue, Gisele shares her knowledge of revenue cycle management. It’s no secret that podiatrists do not learn business in school. We often get minimal exposure in our residency programs. Gisele shares what should be required reading for every graduating resident. In the book, she breaks down the life cycle of a claim. She also covers how to handle things if they don’t go as expected.
Gisele knows how to communicate complex issues. She is a featured speaker at the meetings of the American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management (AAPPM). She is always open to answering specific questions from the attendees. When Gisele explains it, it makes sense.
I highly recommend every podiatrist read The Business Side of Podiatry Revenue. It’s not only for beginners. You will find pearls that will help you keep more of your money. You will be able to regain the financial control of your practice.
Andrew Schneider, DPM
Vice President, American Academy of Podiatric Practice Management
Gisele and her team’s guidance and coaching through the billing and financial management side of my practice have been invaluable. It is exciting to see these pearls of wisdom now captured succinctly and clearly in a way that everyone can benefit from. Any small medical practice can reduce its guesswork and potential expensive mistakes with the years of knowledge and advice summed up in this one book.
As a 20-year podiatrist and business owner, I have studied all aspects of Podiatric billing and coding in order to maximize earnings. There are nuances and intricacies of Podiatric billing that require a deep understanding and commitment to the specialty that Gisele and her team have mastered. Throughout my career I have had unanswered questions and pondered the why of insurance denials, accounts receivable and revenue cycle which Gisele’s team have been able to answer. For Podiatric billing, a company that incorporates lifelong learning and customizes billing, I fully endorse Gisele.
In her new book, The Business Side of Podiatry Revenue, Gisele Saenger gives the entrepreneurial podiatrist new hope with guidelines to increase profitability and sustain revenue. She uses basic business principles and applies them specifically to podiatry. This book should be a must-read for every podiatry student and graduating resident to open their eyes to the complex business of podiatry. Well done!
Gisele Sanger knows billing and I must say all of my clients are very happy with her and her team at Paradocs. In this book, Gisele tells all when it comes to podiatry billing and collecting. I can tell you there has never been a book this complete in helping podiatrists with their collections. It is one thing to be a great doctor, but if you are not receiving every penny that is due to you, you will soon be out of business. If you are a podiatrist, or any type of physician that owns your own business, you must get this book.
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About the Author
Enter Gisele Saenger, founder ParaDocs Medical Revenue Center. Since 2004, she’s been working exclusively with podiatrists to increase their revenues, accelerate their time to payment, and reduce the risk of denied claims. The result is a population of podiatrists who have expanded their bottom line without working more hours.