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Three Easy Ways to Use Data to Improve Your Practice

Hate dealing with data? You're not the only one. The good news is that the more comfortable you become with data, the more fun and easy it is to use it. Here are some ways to gather it and use it to improve your medical practice. 

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Consultants and health IT experts share their top advice for physicians participating in the EHR incentive program.

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Communication with your EHR vendor is essential during the implementation and go-live period. Here are some tips to keep your practice connected.

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Looking at your investment statements leads to emotions, which can lead to financially injurious behavior by physicians.

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Our pediatric practice has a new policy: no more medical excuse notes. Here's why we did it and how we let everyone know about our new stance.

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A new rule in Texas aims to expand the use of telemedicine, but it may have the reverse effect for some patients who may need it most.

Close communication with patients is vital to good collections. Send a collection letter after three failed statements, so patients know you mean business.

Having a great collections management policy in place at your practice can serve you very well, and keep your accounts receivable on track.

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Physicians Practice Pearls

Patients come to a direct-pay practice for improved access to physicians. In order to deliver on that promise, a physician must have the right tools.

Well-deserved praise not only induces your staff to work harder, it can make patients happy, as well.

No matter how you choose to communicate — view every single message you deliver as a piece of formal correspondence that will live on in perpetuity.

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