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Amanda Gutierrez

Amanda Gutierrez

Author's details

Name: Amanda Gutierrez
Date registered: July 1, 2015

Email: agutierrez@orba.com
Website: http://www.orba.com/about-us/people/amanda-gutierrez

Biography

Amanda is a member of ORBA’s Accounting Services Department. She has more than 20 years of experience in the accounting field. She works closely with clients on payroll, quarterly compilations, financial statements, business tax returns and QuickBooks training.

Latest posts

  1. Health Care Group Newsletter – Fall 2017 — October 27, 2017
  2. Should I Implement Third-Party Billing for My Health Care Practice? — May 25, 2017
  3. Health Care Group Newsletter – Winter 2017 — January 27, 2017
  4. Getting Patients in the Door — December 9, 2016
  5. Privacy Protections: Making Mobile Devices More Secure — June 23, 2016

Author's posts listings

2017
Oct 27

Health Care Group Newsletter – Fall 2017

Technology continues to grow and expand. In today’s evolving society, individuals look to social media to be informed and to connect with one another. By now, most people are familiar with social media, even in the unlikely event that they don’t participate in it. If you are interested in enacting a social media strategy for your practice, it is important to know the pros and cons to these platforms.

2017
May 25

Should I Implement Third-Party Billing for My Health Care Practice?

Physician practices tend to struggle frequently with the decision about whether or not they should outsource their billing processes. It can be quite the balancing act weighing the pros and cons. What is good for one practice might not work for another. This article goes over a few considerations health care practitioners should take when deliberating third-party billing.

2017
Jan 27

Health Care Group Newsletter – Winter 2017

ORBA’s Health Care Group Newsletter is a quarterly publication focused on effective health care practice management. The Winter 2017 issue includes two articles: “Five Ways to Plug Revenue Leakage” and “Extend Your Reach with Nonphysician Providers.”

2016
Dec 09

Getting Patients in the Door

Attracting patients is increasingly challenging for physicians. One way to getting patients in the door of a medical practice is to create a marketing plan that incorporates an understanding of the practice’s target demographic and brand identity. Using this form of marketing plan can attract patients that fit into the identity basis. This article discusses some marketing tactics for physicians and medical practices to consider. It also suggests that these efforts probably should cross several formats and platforms to be most effective.

2016
Jun 23

Privacy Protections: Making Mobile Devices More Secure

In today’s society, technology has become more sophisticated and private information is more vulnerable than ever before. At the same time, physicians increasingly use some type of mobile device to access health care data. This article addresses a number of security and privacy concerns typically faced by medical practices.

2015
Dec 29

Health Care Group Newsletter — Winter 2016

ORBA’s Health Care Group Newsletter is a quarterly publication focused on effective health care practice management. The Winter 2016 issue includes two articles: “Staffing in a Changing Health Care World” and “How Not to Lose a Claim Denial.”

2015
Nov 30

Dissension in the Ranks: How to Knock Out Physician Conflicts

Unfortunately, not all doctors in physician practices get along. Whether they are haggling over administrative matters or a partner’s job responsibilities, the tension and disagreements can turn a normally congenial practice into a war zone. This article offers ways that doctors can learn to coexist peaceably.

2015
Jun 17

Paths to Practice Success in a Value-Based Market

It is no secret that health care reimbursement is moving from a volume-based model to a value-based paradigm. Unfortunately, this is a transformational change for which most practices are not prepared. This blog explains why that is so.