SCALE up for influence. Revitalize your STRATEGY. STRENGTHEN your independence.

Start a conversation

Are you recognizing that there’s much more potential in your practice but you simply don’t have the resources to extract new value?


Here’s a real solution that won’t involve you giving up control of what you’ve already built. Women's Health Texas, with its partner Women’s Health USA, is building a network to preserve and protect the future of ObGyn practice. We’re practical support for your daily business functions when and how you need it. We’re also here for exploring and implementing new avenues for growth. All with a team that’s been at this for 20 years.

Critical Insights to Consider in a Growth Partner

Paul B. Murphree, M.D., M.H.A., F.A.C.O.G., President and Chief Medical Officer of Women’s Health Texas shares how Women’s Health USA offered an equal partnership that developed impactful strategies and solutions for women’s care.

Women's Health Texas Today

18 locations

18 locations

Active negotiations with additional groups throughout state

Active negotiations with additional groups throughout state

71 physicians, 14 mid-levels

71 physicians, 14 mid-levels

3% gain in collections from top payors

3% gain in collections from top payors

5% increase in patient volume

5% increase in patient volume

 

Day-to-day, our service team delivers:

  • Maximized payor reimbursements
  • Operational support to help you future-proof your practice
    • RCM efficiencies for realizing more revenue, more quickly
    • Innovations in EMR, tailored to easier ObGyn visits
    • IT strategies to protect you from a hack-savvy world

 

If it’s growth you’re after, take advantage of our:

  • Managed care contract analytics and strategies, including advanced payment models
  • Ancillary service development/implementation (e.g. mammography and labs)
  • Capital and man-power support for expansion
  • Marketing strategies for patient volume/brand leadership

 

If you’re looking for a powerful alternative to joining a hospital or going it alone, start a conversation, call Zach Bargas at 561.251.1124 or zbargas@whusa.com.