4 Most Frequently Asked Questions From Medical Practice Owners

We regularly speak at a LOT of industry conferences. (We love sharing our knowledge with practices just like you! Looking for our full speaking schedule? Click here!) At those conferences and speaking engagements, we field a lot of questions from physicians and medical practice owners alike.

In this Plastic Surgery Practice piece, written by our own Shorr Solutions founder Jay Shorr, read as he details answers to four questions we’re getting A lot these days:

  • Should I invest in cloud-based practice management software?
  • What is EMV or chip technology?
  • Which conferences should I attend to get the most bang for my buck?
  • When is the best time to invest in new technology?

Click here to find out all the answers you’ve been wanting.

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Shorr Solutions is an award-winning practice management consulting company with offices in South and Central Florida. We work with aesthetic medical practices in all 50 states of the U.S. to help them strengthen the operational, financial, and administrative health of their business. With decades of industry experience, our father-daughter partners, Jay Shorr and Mara Shorr, lead our knowledgeable team of experts to assist practices in the aesthetic medical fields increase efficiency, increase revenue, and decrease their costs.


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