Many gastroenterology practices today seek ancillary revenue streams, helping them to remain competitive, attract new patients and provide more comprehensive care. In an interview with Becker’s ASC Review, Dr. Mark Provenza, a practicing gastroenterologist located in Shreveport, LA, discusses some of the ancillaries his practice has implemented. He describes how they’ve benefitted both his practice and patients, and shares some tips on making new ancillaries successful.
“Hemorrhoid banding, anesthesia, BioFire, UltraSound, FibroScan, video capsule and infusion offer tremendous value to our patients, saving them out of pocket dollars and time while generating incremental income for the practice.”
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