Atlanta, GA, January 25, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Physicians Practice S.O.S. Group Seminars and Office Solutions® is pleased to announce that CEO, Regina Mixon Bates will be sworn in as the Director of Economic Development and Entrepreneurship for The Atlanta Chapter of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) January 28, 2013 in the Georgia Pacific Auditorium. The Economic Development initiative aligns its programs with that of the national organization’s mission in the 'Creation of Intellectual and Economic Wealth within the African-American Community.' She will head a team charged with supporting the development of small business initiatives for their members and the community at-large by assisting entrepreneurs in starting, stabilizing, and expanding their respective business entities through small business development, job creation, retraining and relevant resources. This includes overseeing a series of business‐building resources, guidance and opportunities for enterprising individuals who are committed to creating jobs, building capital, and contributing to the economy’s recovery. Mrs. Bates will bring with her a wealth of experience and expertise, ranging from technology to public service and unique opportunities to network and develop relationships with NBMBAA members and the community.
For over 20 years Bates has supported the growth and development of countless physicians practices across and throughout the United States. Her firm, The Physicians Practice S.O.S. Group® has grown over the years to include the following services: Practice Management and Assessments Services, New Practice Start/Set-Up Services, Baseline Chart Audits, One-On-One Physician Training/Education, Insurance Contracting Services, Physician and Midlevel Nationwide Placements, HIPAA, OSHA & OIG Compliance Documentation, Planning and Implementation and IRO Services (Government Approved Independent Review Organization). “I am happy to sit on a board that echoes the diversity of professionals found in the metropolitan Atlanta African American business community.” Her ongoing work to grow physicians’ practices and educate their employees will be utilized by The Atlanta Chapter of the National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA). “I am pleased and honored to be appointed the new Director of Economic Development and Entrepreneurship and I look forward to lending my wide-range of expertise to a team of already accomplished professionals who are also dedicated to NBMBAA’s principles and goals.”
About the NBMBAA
The National Black MBA Association, established in 1970 is dedicated to developing partnerships that result in the creation of intellectual and economic wealth in the African-American community. With 40-plus professional chapters; 26 collegiate chapters; a membership base of more than 7,500; and partnerships with more than 400 of the country's top business organizations and 100-plus business schools, the Association has inroads into a wide range of industries as well as the public and private sectors. The Atlanta Chapter is the largest chapter in the country.
About The Physicians Practice S.O.S. Group Seminars and Office Solutions®
The Physicians Practice S.O.S. Group® was created in 1999 in Atlanta, Georgia, by Founder and CEO Regina Mixon Bates and the firm has grown exponentially with clients from coast to coast. As a leading healthcare consulting and education firm, the organization helps healthcare providers streamline their billing process, improve patient flow, and keep current with ever-changing state and federal guidelines. Specialized services include long-range planning, practice assessment and management, new practice start/set ups, auditing and training to physicians and their staffs. For more information on consulting and education services or franchise opportunities visit www.pppsosgroup.com. Read the FixMyPracticeBlog at http://www.ppsosgroup.com/fixmypracticeblog/.