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Nick Hernandez, MBA, FACHE

Nick Hernandez, MBA, FACHE
Nick Hernandez, MBA, FACHE, is the CEO and founder of ABISA, a consultancy specializing in strategic healthcare initiatives. Since founding ABISA in 2007, his emphasis has been on developing and maintaining a strong relationship with physicians and identifying areas for business opportunity and support. The company’s client list includes physician groups, hospital systems, healthcare IT organizations, venture capitalists, private equity firms, and hedge fund managers. Nick is a graduate of the United States Naval Academy and a former Captain in the U.S. Marine Corps. He holds MBA degrees in both Operations Management and Information Technology & E-Business Management from Wake Forest University. He is Board Certified in Healthcare Management and has been named a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. He is a frequent guest lecturer and is often quoted in the national media. He has consulted with clients in multiple countries and has over 20 years of leadership and operations experience. Subject matter expertise in business strategy, practice management, telemedicine, health IT, and oncology.

How to Better Track Your Medical Practice Contracts

Nick Hernandez shares a simple way for busy medical practices to manage vendor contracts.

Is Your Medical Practice’s Social Media Policy Adequate?

Physicians and practice managers must be smart about training employees on what they should and should not share online HIPAA violations can be costly.

8-Step Problem Solving Process for Successful Medical Practices

Following the steps of the OODA Loop can help medical practices become more efficient, safer, and agile.
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Strong Practice Leaders Understand the Competition

A competent market analysis can help reduce some uncertainty & help pave the way for strategic planning and business operations within a medical practice.
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How to Plan for Medical Practice Success

A solid operational plan will allow you to proactively adjust to an oncoming crisis rather than face the crisis unexpectedly.