Independent physicians working together to improve healthcare delivery.
In such a dynamic healthcare environment, access to forward thinking physicians and centers is imperative, and The Pacific Private Practice Network is comprised of just that.
Independent But Not Alone
P3N is focused on providing our members the strength, innovation and creativity to help the physicians maintain their practices in an ever-changing healthcare environment.
From solo practitioners to larger multi-specialty groups, we are a network of strength, innovation and creativity to help you to maintain and grow your practice. That is the goal of P3N. If you care about medicine and your patients, and share the vision that embodies our organization, then we would ask that you join our network.
The patient always comes first with P3N. Our network has access to the proper resources that allows both the physicians and patients to benefit.
Secure and Sustainable
Our group values patient privacy and security to the highest of standards and we ensure that our doctors are provided with the necessary resources to adhere to these standards.
Like most industries today, healthcare is constantly changing. Our physicians use state of the art technologies and progressive practices to stay ahead of the curve.
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MACRA Reporting Presentation
Value based reimbursement programs, CCM, TCM, AWV (coming soon)
Pacific Private Practice Network is pleased to offer an exciting new program that can help your chronically ill patients and bring substantial revenue to your practice. We strongly invite your participation. The program is called Chronic Care Management and is...read more
The Pacific Private Practice Network has launched their new website! Please take a look around and check out the new features and updates. A special thanks to our friends over at Oprette for creating this new look for us. If you are interesting in being a part of P3N,...read more
“The reports of the death of private practice medicine have been greatly exaggerated.” - AMA President Ardis Dee Hoven,...read more