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Nearly three-fourths of practices surveyed for this year's Physicians Practice Technology Survey say the health IT industry is failing because doctors don't like the technology they use. What can be done to improve that?
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Experts say the best way to train a new physician is focusing on patient flow. Do not put them in a classroom.
A special aspect of being a physician is the privilege to share in your patient's journey through life. Here, one doc shares her experience.
Outside of a basic set of best practices and common risks, asset protection plans are as fact specific as the care you give your patients.
According to our 2017 Technology Survey, half of physicians don't understand demonstrating IT use under Medicare payment reform. Here's what to know.
Using the bathtub can help explain how practices must maintain appropriate supply and demand with patients.
A study looking at care process, access, administrative efficiency, and outcomes ranks U.S. healthcare system last across the board.
In this video exclusive for Physicians Practice, Michael Matray, host of Healthcare Matters, drills down on a pair of medical liability tort reform bills currently under consideration in the U.S. House of Representatives.
How much of an effect did the ICD-10 coding change have on claims processing? RemitDATA presents this quiz on Oct. 2015 claims information.
The 2015 Physician Compensation Survey asked doctors with different employment statuses how much they got paid. Here are some key findings.
Healthcare continues to evolve, so in order for small medical practices to survive, physician owners and administrators need to embrace new roles.
Physicians Practice Pearls
Part 1 of a 2-part series on developing a more stress resilient brain and being able to more effectively run your practice.
Tips for creating the ideal physician-led team of experts to ensure maximum productivity and enhanced problem solving.