Physicians Practice: America's Practice Management Resource
Physicians are now potential targets for fraud and abuse inquiries. Here are a few simple things your practice can do to protect itself from unwanted litigation.
Best intentions are often not enough to manage extra demands on a physician's time. Saying "no" can be a necessary and welcome evil.
Despite how you feel about the ICD-10 delay, make it work for you, not against you. Here are five planning strategies to consider.
Retail-based medical clinics have their drawbacks, but they sometimes provide useful alternatives to patients.
Small ways to foster smart money skills in your children during the various stages of childhood and young adulthood.
If properly done, a health law opinion letter may insulate physicians from prosecution or penalties associated with their investment decisions.
Payers are using deceptive methods to get medical practices to accept low rates and new plans. Don't fall into the trap.
In this webinar, presented March 18, 2014, healthcare attorneys Ericka L. Adler and Rachel V. Rose provide tips to keep your medical practice HIPAA compliant.
Financial adviser David Alemian discusses safe money vehicles vs. investing in the stock market and how it can affect physicians.
Family physician L. Gordon Moore shares eight efficiency improvement tips for medical practices.
Financial adviser David Alemian shares three steps for every physician to prepare to live the same lifestyle they do today when they hang up their stethoscope.
In this podcast, consultant Susanne Madden shares how medical practices can store patient credit card numbers securely and effectively.
Robert Tennant, senior policy adviser of government affairs for the Medical Group Management Association, discusses the ICD-10 delay.
How to ask the right questions and find the perfect candidate for your practice's healthcare IT needs.
Pediatrician and social media enthusiast Natasha Burgert offers physicians advice on joining and posting to Twitter.
Physicians Practice Pearls
Sometimes patients show up for preventive care and an urgent problem. Should you eat the cost for one service? Or bill for both?
You're skilled with a scalpel, but do you ever wonder how to handle a knife and fork at a formal meal? Don't worry we've got you covered.
Administrators and physicians are both leaders. While each role is important and unique, in order to be most effective, they need to work together.