Saving money/lowering overhead Private Practice

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  1. brori

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    Just fired AT&T yesterday. Slept so well last night. I signed up for Cbeyond. http://www.cbeyond.net/

    They are offering free installation, $500 credit, free web name through the end of the year. If I knew about this sooner, I would have posted earlier (just found out about Cbeyond yesterday)

    Please post other overhead saving ideas.
     
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    My office has the ability to buy Omnipaque 240 for $18 for 50cc and Celestone 6mg/ml in 5ml vials for $19.

    I am not in charge of supply, but I can get whatever I want- somebody else has the job of getting those prices for the practice.
     
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    lowering overhead

    - best thing i ever did was set-up e-prescribing --- for $30/month... NO MORE phone calls, which has allowed one of my staff to more important (income generating work)...
     
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    Thanks, great advice. Will set it up.
     

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