Renal Physicians Association 2004 Annual Meeting
 
Effective Business Approaches for Your Nephrology Practice

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General Session IV
 
wma
mp3
 
McMurray S.

Non-Traditional Revenue Streams for Nephrology Practice
Germain M.

Tools Necessary to Meet the Changing Business Needs of Nephrology Practice
Maddux F.

Amedia C.

Financial Implications of Risk Sharing in Nephrology: Disease Management
 

   
General Session III
 
wma
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Kenney R.

Valuation of Medical Practices
Velez R.

Exit Strategies for Senior Partners
Pascoe L.

Practice Personnel Who to Hire and When
 

   
General Session I and II
 
wma
mp3
 
Weiss J.
RPA: Year in Review
 
Blaser R.

RPA Advocacy Agenda
 
Sadler J.

30 Years of RPA: A Retrospective
 
Schulman K.

Louis Diamond Lecture: Integrating Business DSCF0116.JPG Y
Principles into Nephrology Practice


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