Maintaining positive cash flow and running an efficient practice are typically the most common concerns that we hear from new medical clients.
You started your practice to help people, and that is an extraordinary mission with a significant impact on the world. However, financial instability can cause more than headaches for medical practice owners.
It’s not uncommon to hear stories of practice owners asking their old accountant for advice, only to receive general information not specific to their unique situation.
Most accountants focus on compliance work such as setting up payroll accounts, tax accounts, business registrations, etc. The advice they gave you was most likely accurate, but it was generic to all businesses.
I believe your accountant should be on the field with you, working side-by-side to improve your practice performance, improve your cash flow, and help you plan for the future.
This report has been specifically tailored for small and medium practices struggling to manage and control cash flow.
By downloading this file you will discover:
- The financial reality for small and medium-sized practices
- The five key reasons your practice is making less income than it should
- How to regain control over cashflow
- How and why choosing the right financial function for your practice will increase your net profit in the long run