What we do

PractiCons is a medical practice management and consulting firm specializing in problem solving and problem prevention for mainstream medical practices. Providers of health care are under growing pressure from insurance companies, managed care organizations, and the government. Consequently, health care providers throughout the nation are redesigning structures and processes in order to remain economically viable and gain market share. Read More

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Our Testimonials

  • Razmik’s professional knowledge and organizational skills have proven outstanding.  I am impressed by his diligence, multitasking abilities and thoroughness in follow-through on issues. His communication and enthusiasm brought my employees together and always challenges to have pleasant working environment.  I highly recommend him and his excellent professionalism.

    - Joon Choi, MD

    Thank you for your comprehensive marketing strategy. You have helped us steadily increase our new patient volume.

    - ProDent Care (Dental Practice)

  • PractiCons has been an integral part of our practice development. They help us run a smooth & efficient office.

    - Vivendi Medical Group

    Razmik was an integral part of our management team for a multi-specialty neurology group during our development and growth. He has excellent leadership and organization skills in combination with exceptional knowledge of healthcare management in various areas including finance, billing, practice management,  HR as well as others.  Our doctors and staff truly enjoyed working with him.

    - Yafa Minazad, DO

  • PractiCons is the go to company for anything related to the business of health care.

    - Pierre Zarokian, CEO, Submit Express

Latest News

HIPAA Compliant Email Vendors

With the latest Yahoo breach, encrypting your email is a great idea. As a medical practitioner though, you need to make sure that the people you’re communicating with are using the same email system as you are. You also need to make sure that you have a BAA signed with the email provider so as Read more

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8 Steps to Run a Profitable Medical Practice

How can you grow, serve more patients and keep your costs in check — all at the same time? In other words, how do you give great care and get paid every dollar you are owed? The following are 8 ways to grow your practice: Know Your Numbers Get Integrated  Go Paperless Be Mobile Automate Read more

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Can you collect 20% that Medicare does not cover from a Medi-Medi patient?

The short answer is “No”. Both state and federal law provide broad protections to Medicare/Medi-Cal dual eligible individuals, and prohibit billing a Medi-Cal patient in most circumstances. California’s Department of Health Care Services takes the position that a physician should first bill Medicare and then bill the Medi-Cal program for the services. Only if the Read more

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The IRS Section 179 Extended

The IRS Section 179 tax deduction is designed to encourage business owners to invest in equipment or technology and can result in significant savings for your practice. And now, the deduction has been extended permanently, until further notice, allowing you to deduct up to $500,000 in qualifying expenses annually during the first year of ownership. Read more

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How to Handle Patient Request for Medical Records

A patient has a legal right to access his or her health record under HIPAA and state law. An oral, handwritten, faxed or emailed request from the patient or patient representative should be honored. Time Allowed to Complete Request The California timeline is shorter than the HIPAA timeline, so all practices must comply with the Read more

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Independent Contractors: Are You Classifying Exempt Employees Correctly?

A true independent contractor is a person who works independently of the owner, has a contract with the practice to perform special services and makes their own schedule. Practice owners should approach such work arrangements with caution. Most employee attorneys advise that employers should err on the side of caution and classify workers as employees. Read more

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