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UNYC Franchise Systems Supports Physicians as they tackle the Burdens of Health Care Reform

UNYC Franchise Systems Supports Physicians as they tackle the Burdens of Health Care Reform

Helping Independent Physicians to keep up with Regulatory Demands While Staying True to their Mission of Delivering Quality Care.

Physicians must navigate through a trifecta of regulatory trials in 2015 including providing even more documentation to show they are providing high quality care, attesting to meaningful use, and potentially transitioning to ICD-10.  These burdens are causing already busy physicians to have increased administrative loads, which leads to increased staffing pressures, and the need to recruit and retain top-level employees.  To top it off, physicians are facing higher overhead costs.  UNYC Franchise Systems wants to ease the burdens of physicians in meeting these challenges through the acquisition of franchise assets.

“My practice is growing and we are prepared to meet the regulatory challenges of 2015,” says Mona Fakih, DO, R.Ph, F.A.C.O.O.G, an award winning board certified obstetrics and gynecologist and independent practitioner in Dearborn Heights, Michigan. “Our goal is to provide compassionate care that focuses on the individual needs of each woman by maintaining competency in the newest clinical research and offering the latest advancements in surgical options.  I strive to deliver the highest quality of women’s health care.  It takes focus and an openness to new ideas in order to achieve our mission while staying ahead of the evolving regulatory challenges.”

“Our goal is take our clients through a process that matches the physician business with a franchise that is perfect for them, that allows them to do what they love while providing them a complimentary business that adds to their already successful office,” says Natalie Luke, a Detroit based franchise consultant and President of UNYC Franchise Systems.  “I am excited about what we are doing because we are able to provide comprehensive services to our clients through our legal, CPA, insurance and other business partners.”

UNYC Franchise Systems wants to help independent physicians like Dr. Fakih keep up with the business demands while staying true to their mission of delivering quality care.  UNYC Franchise Systems achieves its mission by helping independent physicians acquire companion businesses that will take the burden off their already busy staff.  UNYC Franchise Systems offers 300 different concepts that can assist physicians in meeting the growing needs of their practice in 2015.  

Some of the ways in which the companion businesses can assist the independent physician includes:

• Provide billing services to insure maximum collections of claims

• Transport patients to and from offices so that physicians can insure their patients have transportation to their follow up appointments, thereby maximizing the physicians quality care index

• Recruit high quality employees so that they can deliver superior care to their patients

• Provide unique options for their patients to stay healthy

UNYC Franchise Systems serves an underserved market by delivering high-level, advanced education and training on purchasing a franchise. The options for purchasing a franchise are increasing exponentially, coupled with the amount of information available on each concept, which creates a great deal of data for franchise buyers to sift through. UNYC Franchise Solutions recognized that there was a real need to assist the franchise buyers, therefore, we provide advanced research tools, consultative services and due diligence assistance, but also help prospective franchisees qualify for the franchises they desired to invest in. 

Those who want to learn more about the consulting services can do so at http://www.UNYCFranchiseSystems.com

Media Contact
Company Name: UNYC Franchise Systems, LLC
Contact Person: Natalie Luke, PhD
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 313-451-1432
City: Detroit
State: MI
Country: United States
Website: http://UNYCFranchiseSystems.com