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Solving Medical Practice Problems Post Tech Adoption

Practices have significantly increased technology use over the past few years, but many are struggling to incorporate it into their everyday work flows.

PLUS: Get results from our 2015 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, featuring replies from more than 1,100 medical practices on their use of EHRs, patient portals, and other tech tools.

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Here are the results from our 2015 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, featuring replies from more than 1,100 medical practices on their use of EHRs, patient portals, and other tech tools.

Seventeen percent of 2015Technology Survey respondents said dealing with communication work flow is their biggest patient portal challenge. Here's help.

Doing your homework upfront may reduce the likelihood you'll experience challenges after implementing the new technology.

Our 2015 Technology Survey Sponsored by Kareo reveals common challenges practices face after technology implementations. Here's what they are, and how to address them.

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The topic is complex, but understanding rising interest rates is important when evaluating fixed income investments.

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By continuing to use certain programs, including your EHR, you allow access to your data. Here's some guidance keeping your information private.

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.

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Physicians Practice Pearls

Independent integrated networks are being driven by independent physician organizations, coalitions, and alliances between physicians themselves.

Hiring the right candidate for your medical practice is not the easiest task. But if you prepare beforehand and ask the right questions, you can.

Physicians don't appreciate being taken away from their work to attend sessions that provide no value. Here are seven steps to avoid such meetings.

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