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How Medical Practices Can Stay Ahead of EHR Adoption

EHR implementation is still the most pressing tech problem for physicians, according to our 2014 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, but the factors vary among independent and hospital-employed physicians.

Also, check out full results from the 2014 survey of 1,400 medical practices nationwide.

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Illness can lead to trying and often tender times for patients and their loved ones. Here are five ways physicians can manage intimate patient encounters.

It's no secret that the United States is facing a serious physician shortage. But how far should we go to ensure adequate access to patient care?

When medical staff members do not perform tasks properly, it drives down productivity and profits. Here's how to gauge the size of the problem and resolve it.

Most physicians struggle to find balance between work and home, but it's not as difficult as you might think. Here experts share their top tips.

Carrying and using a weapon for self defense while in a professional environment can bring grave consequences; both for physicians and their institutions. Be aware of legal provisions in your state.

Recently we suffered a multi-part network crash at our medical practice. Here are some of the lessons I learned while helping my practice deal with the disaster.

Identifying keywords that will help your medical practice perform better in search results is key to attracting new patients.

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Physicians Practice Pearls

Illness can lead to trying and often tender times for patients and their loved ones. Here are five ways physicians can manage intimate patient encounters.

Done haphazardly or postponed until a month before a new physician starts, sloppy credentialing can spell cash-flow delays and more. Here's how to do it right.

It is important for practices to participate in patient-centered programs in order to focus their culture on improving the patient experience.

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