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Physicians are busy people. You know that mounting demands on your time can erode your patient relationships. Therefore, as the amount of time you can spend with your patients decreases, one way to combat that is to find new ways to maximize your efforts. Here's what you can do to make the most of your limited time with patients.

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Postponed ruling requires two-night hospital stay to qualify for inpatient reimbursement. Practices could experience hit to revenue and patient care.

Physicians may feel they praise staff members, but, in reality many come up short. Here are guidelines for giving effective praise.

Having at least another 18 months until ICD-10 becomes a reality can be a good thing for your medical practice. Here are four things to start doing today.

Common sources of tension between physician partners often stem from a lack of role clarity and organizational boundaries.

Most physicians are their toughest critics. How do you keep things in perspective and measure your own professional success?

Consultant Gail Levy shares nine steps to ensure your practice is orienting new patients efficiently and effectively.

Physicians are now potential targets for fraud and abuse inquiries. Here are a few simple things your practice can do to protect itself from unwanted litigation.

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Physicians may feel they praise staff members, but, in reality many come up short. Here are guidelines for giving effective praise.

Sometimes patients show up for preventive care and an urgent problem. Should you eat the cost for one service? Or bill for both?

You're skilled with a scalpel, but do you ever wonder how to handle a knife and fork at a formal meal? Don't worry we've got you covered.

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