Physicians Practice: America's Practice Management Resource
Our 2015 Staff Salary Survey sheds light on staffing practices to meet evolving reimbursement changes and care models.
I know it is April, but I finally made a New Year's resolution. I will start being proactive about my procrastination.
There is a "big three" of financial planning that are musts for young physicians beginning their careers.
To stay solvent, practices will need to work smarter and refine staff roles so that all employees are working to the top of their license.
Physician assistants are educated in a collaborative approach to improve coordination of care and patient outcomes.
NPs and PAs can bring a number of strengths to the table; in particular a focus on patient education, care coordination, and wellness promotion.
Our seventh annual Staff Salary Survey collected data from nearly 1,100 practices nationwide. Here are some key data points every practice should know.
Have an upcoming contract negotiation with a payer? Let Marcia Brauchler give you three key strategies before you sit down at the table.
Are your physicians struggling to keep up with patient visits? Here are some small ways you can help them stay on time.
Watch this three-minute video to gain a better understanding of how retail-based medical clinics are evolving and how patients are reacting to them.
Physicians Practice Pearls
Patient education programs can help physicians empower their patients to be a partner in their own care, and meet quality metric targets.
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.