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(NEW! Listen) EP 291 | Field Tested Physician Leadership Essentials FOR DOCTORS, Part 1 with CEO Terry Bauer of Specialdocs

Specialdocs Consultants LLC — http://www.specialdocs.com

By Michael Tetreault, Host, The DocPreneur Podcast and Editor-in-Chief, Concierge Medicine Today/The DPC Journal

On today’s podcast we sit down for a two-part interview with Terry Bauer, CEO, Specialdocs Consultants. Specialdocs Consultants, a pioneering concierge medicine transition and management company founded in 2002, has helped physicians nationwide transform their practices with the industry’s most customized and sustainable concierge model.

CEO of Specialdocs’ 2020 vision of Concierge Medicine — Continued growth and deepening influence

In today’s interview with discuss the Four Characteristics of Courageous Physician Leaders. More importantly, what questions and thoughtful answers Physicians must tackle in order to become a great leaders in their community, in business and how to influence their patients in today’s time-sensitive healthcare culture.

Terry’s vision of concierge medicine as an innovative and sustainable model for healthcare’s future began in 1999 when he first learned of the business from industry pioneers, and his interest in the sector continued to grow over the years.

You can contact Specialdocs at (847) 432-4502 or visit: http://specialdocs.com

660 LaSalle Place, Ste. 202
Highland Park, IL 60035

Terry Bauer, CEO of Specialdocs in Chicago, IL.

About Terry Bauer

There are visionaries, and then there are visionaries who can put their vision into practice—like Terry Bauer. With more than three decades of healthcare leadership experience, Terry has a reputation for bringing about positive change as a strategist, builder, and driver of successful, high-performance companies.

He is also known as a pioneer, and so his role as CEO of Specialdocs Consultants is a perfect fit. His mission: To elevate the profile of this firm that has pioneered the transition from traditional to independent concierge medicine practices, with a focus on expanding the reach and portfolio of high-quality services provided to Specialdocs’ growing national network of exceptional physicians.

Terry’s career includes a long tenure as co-founder, president, CEO, and director of Orion HealthCorp, a national physician services and management organization. Most recently, he was a principal and strategy practice leader at Portland, Maine- and Atlanta, Georgia-based healthcare consulting firm Stroudwater Associates. Terry’s skill in identifying unique opportunities and strategies to drive revenue and growth within competitive U.S. markets is widely recognized.

Notable accomplishments include co-founding a successful physician practice management company, creating a leading revenue cycle management services companies for hospital- and office-based physicians, launching a group purchasing organization (GPO) serving more than 3,700 physicians, and developing a complex separation and re-affiliation strategy combined with a multi-faceted financial turnaround for an internationally recognized healthcare system.

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He has served on the board of directors of Specialdocs since Shore Capital Partners made its investment in the firm in the fall of 2015, and became CEO of the company in spring of 2016.

Terry’s vision of concierge medicine as an innovative and sustainable model for healthcare’s future began in 1999 when he first learned of the business from industry pioneers, and his interest in the sector continued to grow over the years. During his 2013 role as Entrepreneur in Residence at The University of Alabama’s Manderson Graduate School of Business, he led a team of select MBA, MHA, and law school students in evaluating strategic opportunities in the concierge/membership medicine industry.

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