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Has it been a while since your practice opened up its coding handbook? We talked to experts in the field, who shared some tips on how to optimize coding procedures at your practice.

Plus: 11 Common Coding Questions (and Answers)

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Practices might be inclined to take on a legal issue on its own. Here are a few situations when they should hire a lawyer instead.

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You can add one more patient by rearranging your staff's tasks to find maximum productivity.

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Both doctors and patients will benefit when exam room conversations go beyond the usual discourse.

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Your personality and style shouldn't be the overwhelming consideration when choosing a successor to run your practice.

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Saying the words maintenance of certification will get a lot of long, angry stares in the physician community. Here are a few reasons why.

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Yul Ejnes, MD, and Eric Green, MD, are among the rare breed of physician who defend MOC. Here's why.

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When investing in real estate, there are several common, but often overlooked, practices that physicians should abide by.

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You can add one more patient by rearranging your staff's tasks to find maximum productivity.

Don’t just throw a new physician into the fire. Here are seven ways to ensure his success in acclimating to your environment.

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Here are 10 things you should consider if you are planning to let go of your practice's IT person or vendor. Don't act rash!

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