Healthcare Payment Solutions Expert Chris Nielsen Publishes New Article With Tips On Reflecting On The Past And Planning For The Future
Chris Nielsen of Southeast Bankcard Services, a healthcare payment solutions company, writes about planning for the future while reflecting on past performance.
ORLANDO, FL – January 12, 2011- Chris Nielsen, President of Southeast Bankcard Services, a healthcare payment solutions company, recently published an article on his website (http://www.southeastbankcard.com/) about planning for the future. The article, titled “Looking Back & Looking Ahead,” discusses tips for analyzing past performance and planning for the future.
Chris Nielsen writes, “If you want the time you spend reflecting to mean anything, you need to dig into the numbers—how did your practice perform? What was your profit margin?”
Southeast Bankcard Services specializes in healthcare payment solutions. They help clients capture, process and retain professional fees.
The article can be found at http://www.southeastbankcard.com/articles/looking-back-looking-ahead.php
To learn more about Southeast Bankcard Services, please visit http://www.southeastbankcard.com.
About Chris Nielsen:
Southeast Bankcard Services’ president, Christopher Nielsen, has a unique perspective to the problems faced by providers. Having served in the healthcare field for more than 27 years as salesman, sales manager, medical products distributor for Hewlett-Packard and a provider of diagnostic services, Mr. Nielsen has in-depth understanding that comes from experience working on both sides of the desk. In addition to his practice in the medical field, his banking experience came from working for with SunTrust and First Data. A graduate of the University of Georgia with a Bachelors of Business Management, Mr. Nielsen is active in the national, state and local chapters of the Medical Group Managers Association (MGMA). In his personal life, he is a single parent of a 16-year-old son and 19-year-old daughter currently attending nursing school. Additionally, he leads an 80 + member Boy Scout Troop, serves on his church’s hospital visitation team and teaches a course on personal financial management.