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Three Easy Ways to Use Data to Improve Your Practice

Hate dealing with data? You're not the only one. The good news is that the more comfortable you become with data, the more fun and easy it is to use it. Here are some ways to gather it and use it to improve your medical practice. 

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Membership medicine makes good economic sense for primary-care physicians and their patients. Here's how.

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A concierge model may not be the answer for every practice, but it does serve as an example of what’s possible with technology and the right priorities.

Here are some general guidelines from the CDC to prevent transmissions of all respiratory infections — especially the flu — at your office.

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If you can't ignore a bad online patient review and are considering a defamation suit vs. a patient, here are three things to consider first.

TAP — technical, administrative and physical controls should form the foundation of HIPAA compliance.

Physicians and consultants share their top advice for practices participating in, or planning to participate in, accountable care organizations.

Staff-to-patient communication generally reflects what the staff really believes, and that often reflects poorly on a practice.

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Physicians Practice Pearls

Patient education programs can help physicians empower their patients to be a partner in their own care, and meet quality metric targets.

Patients come to a direct-pay practice for improved access to physicians. In order to deliver on that promise, a physician must have the right tools.

Well-deserved praise not only induces your staff to work harder, it can make patients happy, as well.

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