MACHESNEY PARK, Ill., Aug. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Practice Velocity has been selected as one of the Great Game of Business All-Star Champion Finalists to be honored at the upcoming annual Gathering of Games Conference in Dallas, TX. The All-Star Champion Award goes to those who demonstrate outstanding business results and embrace open-book management principles. Since 2016, Practice Velocity has wholeheartedly embraced GGOB principles, providing complete transparency of the company's financial and operating metrics to the entire PV team, no matter the team member's title.
The Great Game of Business (GGOB) is a philosophy that embraces teamwork and shows employees the impact they have on their team and for the business. "Every PV employee works in a semi-autonomous team. We work in an environment where wins happen daily and celebrations occur hourly. Our new culture is contagious," says CEO Dr. David Stern. "Today, every PV team makes better, more educated decisions based on data."
By having GGOB woven into the culture at Practice Velocity, employees are treated like leaders and are able to see company's financial and operating metrics to the entire PV team, no matter the team member's title. "The GGOB makes me feel more secure about my job. Seeing all the numbers is comforting knowing nothing is being hidden," said Danielle Cicogna, PV Medical Biller/Owner.
About Practice Velocity
Practice Velocity provides a full scope of industry-leading medical software and services designed to improve efficiency, support delivery of quality care, and maximize revenue for urgent care centers, occupational medicine clinics, primary care physicians and outpatient specialty providers. More than 800 urgent care clinics in all 50 states have used Practice Velocity's products and services to improve performance and build successful businesses. For more information, visit www.practicevelocity.com.
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