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This year's Great American Physician Survey reveals that physicians are not happy with the direction healthcare is headed and fewer of them would recommend this career path. They also hand out grades to the Trump administration, reveal their health policy wish list, and more!
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Here's why practices like ours can't thrive in this new environment. MGMA has the data to back it up.
This older doc describes the attitude of many young residents who would rather have a job than a profession.
As part of our annual Great American Physician Survey, we asked physicians about the healthcare issues worrying them the most.
Knowing and understanding your payer mix is critical in your business operations, and overall inflow.
HHS Secretary Tom Price has flown private charter planes and the expenses are adding up fast, with reports of travel costs now in excess of $300,000.
As National PA Week approaches (Oct. 6-12), it's time to reflect on how far the profession has come in 50 years.
Take this quiz from RemitDATA on the coding trends in the first half of 2017.
In this video exclusive for Physicians Practice, Michael Matray, host of Healthcare Matters, drills down on a pair of medical liability tort reform bills currently under consideration in the U.S. House of Representatives.
How much of an effect did the ICD-10 coding change have on claims processing? RemitDATA presents this quiz on Oct. 2015 claims information.
The 2015 Physician Compensation Survey asked doctors with different employment statuses how much they got paid. Here are some key findings.
Physicians Practice Pearls
Here are six common themes that often emerge when practices examine their tech work flows.
When do you use modifier 25 or 57? Coding expert John Verhovshek explains the difference when coding an E&M service.
E&M coding guidelines are finally changing after 20 years, but don't celebrate yet. These changes may be worrisome to practices