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Dermatology Employment & Procedures Pack Plus

Ready to use policies and procedures for your dermatology practice! Save $49 by purchasing these new exclusive resources from the AADA.
Item # PME2214NPC
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$275.00
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$550.00
  • Overview

    From hiring and training staff to practice administration activities such as patient relations, communications, scheduling, finance and more, you need well defined hiring and employment policies and procedures.

    In this comprehensive Dermatology Employment & Procedures Pack Plus, you will receive guidance on how to streamline your day-to-day operations and recruit, recognize, and hire the most qualified candidates for your practice. Get access to customizable templates including model policies and procedures, sample model contracts and cost-revenue models!

    $49 Savings by purchasing the pack.

    Dermatology Employment & Procedures Pack Plus includes:
    • Dermatology Employment Manual: A Guide to Personnel Policies and Procedures
    • Dermatology Office Policy and Procedure Manual
    • Adding a Non-Physician Clinician eBook

  • Table of Contents - Derm Employment Manual

    Introduction The Dermatology Employment Manual: A Guide to Personnel Policies and Procedures...1-11

    Chapter 1 - Human Resoures Planning and Practice Building Blocks... 15-18

    Chapter 2 - Employment Law & Compliance... 21-38

    Chapter 3 - Staff Recruitment... 41-63

    Chapter 4 - Employment Guidelines.. 67-97

    Chapter 5 - Employment Agreements...101-133

    Chapter 6 - Wages & Compensation..137-148

    Chapter 7 - Benefits Program...151-179

    Chapter 8 - Staff Development & Training..183-186

    Chapter 9 - Managing Employee Relations..189-193

  • Table of Contents - Derm OPP Manual
    1. Introduction: Developing Policies and Procedures
      • The Importance of a Policy and Procedure Manual
      • Guidance on Expectations
      • Using this Manual
      • Goal Setting
      • From Plan to Manual
    2. Chapter 1: Patient Relations
      • Patient Communication
      • Patient Satisfaction Survey
      • Patient Complaints
      • Hostile Patient
    3. Chapter 2: Patient Flow
      • Patient Arrival
      • Patient Check-Out
      • New Patient Acquisition Using Third Party Vendors
      • Referral Management
      • Patient Education
      • Test Results
      • Huddle
      • Pre-Visit Chart Review
      • Housekeeping Requirements
      • Pharmaceutical Representatives
      • Office Security
      • Natural Disasters
    4. Chapter 3: Communication
      • Telephone Management
      • Employees’ Personal Calls
      • After-Hours Answering Service
      • Electronic Messaging
      • Message Taking
      • Triage Calls
      • Electronic Access to Protected Health Information (PHI)
      • Referring Physician Communication
    5. Chapter 4: Scheduling
      • Appointment Scheduling
      • Provider Bumps
      • Wait List
      • Appointment Confirmations
      • Appointment No-Shows
      • Late Arrivals
      • Walk-Ins
      • Appointment Recalls
      • Self-Scheduling for Patients
      • Referring Physicians
    6. Chapter 5: Medical Records
      • Documentation
      • Employee Signature Log
      • Records Retention: Medical Records
      • Records Retention: Business Records
    7. Chapter 6: Financial Management
      • Operating Budget
      • Closing Schedule
      • Cash-Basis Method of Accounting
      • Time of Service Payment Controls
      • Purchasing Supplies
      • Accounts Payable
      • Financial Controls
      • Expense Reimbursement
      • Deposit of Patient Receipts
    8. Chapter 7: Billing and Collections
      • Patient Financial Clearance
      • Coding
      • Charge Capture
      • Charge Correction
      • Insurance Follow-Up
      • Small Balances
      • Referrals, Preauthorizations and Precertifications
      • Participating with an Insurance Company
      • Credit Balances and Refunds
      • Collections
      • Insurance Coverage Waiver
      • Assignment of Benefits
      • Financial Policy
      • High-Deductible Health Plans
      • Time-of-Service Payments
      • Payment Plans
      • Collection Agency
      • Bankruptcy
      • Waiver of Patient Financial Responsibility
    9. Chapter 8: Information Technology
      • Hand-held Mobile Device Security
      • Employee Computer Usage