Physicians Business Solutions, a world leader in private medical practice education for healthcare professionals, is pleased to announce their next in-person training workshops at the PBS Two-Day Extravaganza located at the Trump International Hotel in Chicago on October 22 and 23.
During this event, private medical practices will engage with over 20 industry-leading speakers, focusing on how to build local partnerships. Insights will be provided on how to boost medical practices with additional monthly profits of up to $100k each month. Participants will learn how to build world-class neuropathy and wound care centers. Additionally, there will be a deep dive into revenue enhancing medical devices for pain management and surgical centers.
IV infusion treatment and peptide centers are an efficient way to add huge value to private clinics and enhance patient care. During this 2-day program, PBS will teach how to leverage this fast-growing market while taking advantage of one of the largest shifts in medicine today.
“One of the things we hear from our doctors all the time at Top Doctor Magazine is how to keep up with industry trends and leverage them for better patient outcomes and retention, while maximizing profitability. We’re proud to partner with the executive team at Physicians Business Solutions, as they are providing participants with answers and guidance to ensure they are ahead of the curve, by attending their upcoming Chicago event at the Trump International Hotel,” according to Top Doctor Magazine Publisher John Highland.
Attendees will gain insights from business and medical experts Dr. Dolf de Roos and Dr. Brent Detelich who will share unique strategies on how to maximize the value of any medical practice.
Also, among the highlights of the PBS event: The EJ Medical Center will share how to treat cellulite and urinary incontinence quickly and effectively, bringing low-risk and high-revenue options to clinics.
John Hopkins University and Excite Medical will be presenting the most researched spinal decompression device in the industry, the DRX9000. This breakthrough device allows providers to offer spinal decompression as a true alternative to surgery. The out-patient procedure provides real and lasting relief to patients at only $4-$6K per treatment, a fraction of the surgical cost.
Nate Leadholm of Max Effect will show how local medical practices can best fill their waiting rooms using strategies that will be unpacked live on stage.
Dr. Philip Mongelluzzo will lead a highly anticipated discussion about a device known as the TopDocDX, which uses a proprietary technology that reveals a patient’s current cardiovascular health, as well as projecting future heart health. With a proven track record of adding $15,000 – $50,000 monthly in profitability per location, there is no upfront (or at any time, for that matter) cost incurred to qualified practices acquiring the TopDocDX.
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