Tips for cutting office expenses

By Adam D. Soyer, DO

Using discounts and rewards to reduce front office costs

Efficient acquisition and distribution of office supplies is a good way to control overhead. In most practices, the front office uses most of the office supplies. Postage, paper, and printer supplies quickly can add up to high monthly expenses if not monitored closely. Although these expenses are usually attributable to the cost of doing business, there’s no reason they can’t be controlled. The following examples show how to reduce some of these expenses.

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