Who Can Benefit From Office-Based Surgery Development?

May 1st, 2024 | In-Office Surgery

In today’s market, physicians in private practice don’t just have to compete against other practices, they also have to compete against major hospital systems. That means expanding the services they offer to include office-based surgery.

Office-based surgery can be key to taking a private practice to new heights, but it isn’t right for every physician. Keep reading to learn about a few of the types of healthcare providers who could benefit from adding office-based surgery to their services.

Obstetricians and Gynecologists

Obstetricians and gynecologists offering care in the U.S. can benefit greatly from adding in-office surgery procedures to their offerings. In particular, by providing radiofrequency ablation surgery in-office, OB/GYNs can access more favorable insurance contracts, higher reimbursement rates, and greater patient convenience. 

For help with OB/GYN office-surgery development, you can rely on Rock Rockett’s wealth of healthcare experience.

Orthopedics

Next, physicians offering orthopedic care may also see some great advantages from offering office-based surgeries. Office-based surgery can be ideal for hand and wrist procedures performed by orthopedic physicians. 

Carpal tunnel surgery and orthopedic office-based surgery development can be a boon for your business.

Podiatry

Podiatrists can add office-based surgery to their services to improve health outcomes and prices for their patients as well as benefit their own bottom line. Office-based surgery development for podiatry is a great option when conducting bunionectomy and hammertoe procedures.

Gastroenterologists

Last, but certainly not least, office-based surgery can be ideal for gastroenterologists looking for ways to improve business at their private practice. 

Endoscopy procedures work well in an office setting because the scoping does not involve a sterile environment, there’s no cutting involved, and endoscopy can be performed in a procedure room rather than an operating room. Office-based endoscopy development is on the rise in 2024.

Take Your Practice Higher With In-Office Surgery Development Consulting

Running a private practice is far from easy, and as the owner of a private practice, you need to be able to adapt to changing market conditions. For many private practices today, that means expanding your services. However, how do you decide what services to offer, and how do you follow through with development? Rockett has the answers.

Here at Rockett Healthcare Strategies, we pride ourselves on our ability to help private practices find a path forward to improved profitability and new markets. We start our office surgery development services with a feasibility assessment to determine whether or not expansion is right for you, and we follow through with expert guidance throughout the development process to help you overcome challenges.

If you’re looking for a way to improve your private practice, whether that means accessing new sales or improving loyalty, office-surgery development might be the key. You can reach out to expert healthcare consultant Rock Rockett for guidance and assistance with your practice evolution. Rockett has the answers you need to achieve private practice success.

If you’re ready to take your private practice to the next level, reach out to healthcare consultant Rock Rockett for help with office surgery development.

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