SURGE Surgical Symposium Schedule
Opening Remarks and Introductions
Practical Tips to Grow Revenue (KPIs)
The Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for general practices are well known. However, there are no known KPIs for mobile surgeons. During this session, mobile surgeons and rock star CPA Terry O’Neil will discuss which KPIs we should track. Bonus: Terry O’Neil will help us figure out what our time is really worth.
Some of the biggest dilemmas mobile surgeons face include valuing their practice and deciding on an exit strategy. What are the options? Is your mobile practice worth anything? Is selling to a corporation possible? Is it a realistic scenario for a solo surgeon, as opposed to a multi-surgeon practice? SURGE member Randy Willer and world-famous David McCormick (veterinary appraiser, consultant & broker for Simmons & Associates) will detail our options.
Midday Break / Quiz Game
Fun quiz game, with prizes!
How Team Members Can Maximize Efficiency
We are only as good as the people we surround ourselves with. Do you have employees? If not, when is it time to add these key members to your team? How do we engage team members and retain them? What does it take to keep employees happy who are invested in you and your business in today’s economic climate?
Using Technology to Increase Efficiency
Can you imagine doing mobile surgery over 20 years ago? Some of us did! No cell phones, no Google, paper calendars! What key technological features, services or processes do you use to get through your day and deliver your services?
Are You Internet Savvy, or Are You a Digital Dinosaur?
Some SURGE members are digital natives, at ease with social media, apps and technology. Others are digital dinosaurs, seeking ways to use social media, websites, blogs and other digital marvels to improve the way they practice. Adam Greenbaum (veterinary marketing expert and CEO of WhiskerCloud) will discuss which tools are most relevant to mobile surgery practices and how to put them to use.
What Can We Learn from Other Mobile Specialists?
While mobile surgeons are a special breed, other mobile specialists have come up with their own systems and efficiencies. Our guests will share their experiences as mobile ultrasonographers, radiologists and internists. What can we learn from them?