We hope that you had a wonderful holiday season and New Year. We started the year in fifth gear; our newly launched premium pricing packages were a huge hit, we were featured on Dell’s Blog and HIT Consultant, had a well attended medical billing webinar and are in the process of hiring several new team members to join our customer success team.
We’re excited for all that 2015 has to offer…
drchrono’s Managed Billing Service has helped many of our clients grow their revenues exponentially. Our billing & coding services cost significantly less than what most practices pay for internal billing staff or an external billing service and our certified billing team has one of the highest collections rates in the industry. Email us to arrange your 1:1 demo. Clients who sign up for a new Apollo Plus account before 2/28/15 will receive a $300 Apple Gift Card.
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Education: B.S. in Business Admin. Double Major in Marketing and HR Management from The University of Colorado at Boulder
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Stay warm with Ina Gardner’s
Hot Chocolate Recipe:
- 2 1/2 cups whole milk
- 2 cups half-and-half
- 8 ounces bittersweet chocolate, chopped
- 1 tablespoon sugar
- 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- 1 teaspoon instant espresso or coffee powder
- 4 to 5 vanilla beans or cinnamon sticks
- Heat the milk and half-and-half in a saucepan on medium heat to just below the simmering point. Remove the pan from the heat and add both chocolates. When the chocolates are melted, add the sugar, vanilla extract, and espresso and whisk vigorously. Reheat gently and serve immediately. Use a vanilla bean or cinnamon stick to garnish each serving.
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Dear Dr. Fonda,
Some of my patients schedule an appointment the first week of January every year. The purpose? They want to ensure that they are healthy enough for whatever fitness program they committed to as part of their New Year’s resolution. While I’m happy that my patients are trying to get healthy, it seems that they fall off the boat within a few weeks. Is there any way for me to help keep them on track? I’m tempted to cancel all of my “resolutions appointments” if I don’t see a silver lining soon.
Dear Dr. Michaels,
I understand your frustration – you only want the best for your patients. However, it is easy to fall of the resolution path; it’s only the third week of January and the parking lot at my gym is significantly less crowded that it was earlier this month. As a doctor, you have the ability to really motivate your patients, so don’t lose hope. Here’s what I recommend; schedule at least two follow-up appointments for your “resolution patients.” In the meantime, have them use drchrono’s Apple HealthKit integration and ask them to send you a snapshot of their health information prior to each appointment; now you can easily give them feedback on their workout frequency, diet and diagnostics like blood pressure. Now you can help keep your patients on track!
Motivated, Dr. Fonda