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Healthcare Management Resources & Consultation

Welcome to HMRx Healthcare Advisors. We are an experienced practice management and consulting company for small to mid-sized medical practices. What sets us apart? We understand the challenges practice managers and physicians face. From an "in the trenches" perspective, we deliver decades of experience, a dedicated team, and an understanding of the issues medical practices face TODAY. 
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Welcome To HMRx Advisors

HMRx Healthcare Advisors provide healthcare management resources for physician groups and ambulatory healthcare services. HMRx partners with medical practices to offer a wide array of services to physicians and their staff. Our services are customized, based on the needs identified by our clients. HMRx helps medical practices operate as efficient, competitive and profitable businesses.

HMRx provides new and unique solutions to the rigors of running medical practices and other care delivery organizations. HMRx is a group of professionals with expertise in the many areas of the operations of medical practices and offers customized services at a reasonable cost to keep your practice operations running smoothly and efficiently.

The two principals, Mike Fisher, DBA, FACMPE and Paul Rosser, PhD, have decades of experience in the fields of medical group and hospital management, and business development.

Your Partner


Over 25 years

Experience working alongside physicians to run efficient practices

Reasonable Cost

We customize our services based on your needs and your budget

Knowledge

We are a trusted advisor to many medical practices 

Affiliations

Active in professional organizations and partnerships in the healthcare industry 

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By _dm_templates 03 Apr, 2017
More than 1/3 of physicians are age 55 or older. Do you have a succession plan? It’s never too early to start
planning to minimize disruption and stress. It’s imperative to have a smooth transition that focuses on patient retention.
A gradual or staggered plan to introduce a new partner or owner is one way to ensure a smooth process. Communication
is key – notify patients well in advance, introduce and talk about the new doctor joining the practice. Send letters
and updates via website and social media so patients and staff know what is going on every step of the way. Here's a link to more information about starting your plan. Click Here
By _dm_templates 02 Apr, 2017
The pendulum from independent to system-owned practices may be swinging begrudgingly and incrementally toward independence again. We’re in the midst of the 2nd generation integrated model. The 1990s brought us the first attempt, with health systems on a feeding frenzy to be the biggest and (failingly) the best. Instead, health systems lost substantial financial resources and either closed or sold off practices for pennies on the dollar. The recent second generation attempt places more risk on physicians, though it is clear once again that hospitals and medical practices require different business models. And in many cases, hospitals are not prepared to effectively manage physicians. The compromise of clinical integration . . . somewhat of a midpoint between fully autonomous and system ownership . . . may be the preferred result in an atmosphere of deep dive analytics driving value-based and risk-based contracts. There is an evolution of physicians negotiating with health care systems rather than directly with insurers for their piece of the revenue pie.
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