Physicians Practice: America's Practice Management Resource
Certified PAs and other healthcare providers can follow this simple assessment protocol to help with early detection of chronic kidney disease.
This doctor has decided on an eternal New Year's resolution to be on time. Unfortunately, she's discovered there is such a thing as over-preparation.
Are you hearing the same tired clichés in presentations and meetings? Remove the noise from your life and push back.
Look for areas to improve patient satisfaction, such as removing or reducing the time patients spend in the waiting room.
Physicians spoke out this week against President-elect Trump's reported meeting with anti-vaccine advocate. Also, an update on the ACA repeal.
This family medicine doc weighs the satisfaction of the job with the various challenges — finan-cial or otherwise — she faces.
The uncertainties surrounding health legislation are going to mean uncomfortable times for physicians who want to map out their practice's immediate future.
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.
The advent of team-based healthcare means a more coordinated approach to seeing patients. It also means different staffing roles and ratios.
Physicians Practice Pearls
Hiring a relative is an easy way to fill an open position for many practices. Here are the reasons why NOT to do that.
It can be hard to have conversations when patients are non-compliant or being given bad news. Here are some strategies to manage these exchanges.
Thinking of adding a new person to your staff or just replacing someone who left? Take these six steps.