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Practice Operations Manual: Sample Table of Contents

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Not sure where to get started on your medical practice's operations manual? Here's a table of contents to get you started.

An operations manual is the single most valuable tool for optimal medical practice profitability, productivity, and risk mitigation. As consultant Carol Stryker notes, it can be developed and maintained without a huge investment of practice time and energy. What is required is a clear view of its function and acceptance that it will never be perfect or completed.

Here is a sample table of contents to help you develop an operations manual at your medical practice.
 

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