Physicians Practice: America's Practice Management Resource
If you are having trouble with fully utilizing your EHR, you're not alone. Minor mistakes can cause major problems. Here are three missteps that typically trip up physicians.
Many physicians don't use a patient portal. They should. A portal can offload a good portion of the front-end work for both staff and physicians.
Once implemented, an EHR can bring many benefits to a practice. But minor mistakes can cause major problems. Here's what to watch out for.
A common and recurring question I get from doctors is, "How many LLCs do I need?" The best answer requires a fact specific look at your assets.
It can cost up to 10 percent of the value of a home to live in it each year. Here are a few ways home ownership adds up.
The inherent flaws in this doctor’s EHR system has created an ethical dilemma, which he says cannot be solved.
Here are six steps to protect yourself and your practice from malpractice suits stemming from a patient's prescription addiction.
Practice-payer alignment is more important than ever before and should involve a third party: your health IT vendors. Here's why.
Building up your web presence via your practice website or blog doesn't need to take a lot of time. Here's how to do it in 10 minutes or less per day.
Drawing patients to your blog, website, or social media pages starts with having the right content. Here's what to write about.
So many physicians are working hard to improve patient satisfaction. Here's the one the one thing they can do to make the most positive impact.
Our seventh annual Staff Salary Survey collected data from nearly 1,100 practices nationwide. Here are some key data points every practice should know.
Physicians Practice Pearls
When managing their practices, a lot of very good doctors make bad business decisions because they lack the same data-driven rigor they give to patients.
Medical practices need to focus more attention on the specificity and completeness of their diagnosis coding in order to be compensated fairly.