Physicians Practice has published a column written by our CEO Nelson Gomes on eight areas of focus when putting together an IT budget for 2015.
This article shares valuable guidance for medical practices, surgery centers and other providers.
Here are the first few paragraphs of the article and the link that will take you to the complete column published on the Physicians Practicewebsite (complimentary account may be required for access).
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The year is almost over, so it's time to start planning for 2015 (if you haven't already). This should include planning your practice's budget, including important factors such as payroll, equipment, and any capital projects coming up, but it must also include IT expenses.
To get a general idea of what you can expect to spend on IT in 2015, analyze your expenses for 2014. Understand that this is just an estimate, and likely a rough one at that. As with the other areas of your budget, IT expenses are rarely consistent each year, and may even be significantly different from one year to the next depending upon whether your practice undergoes any substantial changes.
Here are eight areas of focus when putting together your IT budget.
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