Vantage in the news: “Keep the doors open” program (The Bulletin)
Posted Jan 22 2009 4:43pm
A popular program offered by Vantage Clinical Solutions received attention in The Bulletin today. The program is called “Keep the Doors Open,” and is the company’s response to the economic slowdown that is having a dire impact on many private practices throughout the country. The program includes a pro-bono strategy session which includes addressing the areas of reimbursement, volumes, cash flow, economic opportunities and threats, and marketing. Also included in the program are a number of additional free and low cost solutions that help private practice owners weather our current economic environment.
“It’s this perfect storm of things going on,” said Tannus Quatre, owner of Vantage Clinical Solutions, a health care consulting service based in Bend, who cited the unavailability of credit, job loss and the rise in the share of medical bills people are expected to pay themselves. “Private practices in the local economy are definitely being impacted.”
In the past, Quatre said, medical practices were often coming to Vantage for advice on how to grow and expand their business. These days, more people are asking how to hang on.
Click here or call (888) 827-5613 for information on a free program dedicated to helping private practices throughout the U.S. strategically adjust to the slowing economy. Free program runs through March 31st, 2009 and is open to practice owners and administrators of any healthcare discipline.
Tannus Quatre PT, MBA is a practice consultant and principal withVantage Clinical Solutions, Inc., a national healthcare consulting and management firm located on the west coast. Tannus can be reached through the Vantage Clinical Solutions website byclicking here.