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Survey Says Docs Dislike Gov’t Intrusion

In this year's Great American Physician Survey, 72 percent of physicians found the profession more stressful and less lucrative than in previous years, and a strong majority said they are concerned about the direction that healthcare is headed. Here's what else they had to say.

ALSO: Physicians are alarmed about the sharp rise in costs to treat their patients, in large part blaming high deductible health plans. Read The Rising Cost of Patient Care.

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We've all been there. Trying to gather staff for a meeting or training can prove to be very challenging with scattered schedules and multiple locations. You actually have more options that you think.

The presidential candidates have diametrically opposed positions on healthcare and Congress may be the culprit for out-of-control drug costs.

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Based on the evolution of the field, medical billers have to adapt or they'll find themselves out of a job.

The complete results to this year's Great American Physician Survey and more, revealing just where physicians stand with the profession of medicine in 2016.

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Sometimes physicians are forced to terminate a relationship between themselves and a patient. Here are six ways to do that.

A new survey finds that disillusioned doctors are struggling to adapt to changing delivery and payment models. Hybrid concierge provides a way out.

CPT designates six codes to report vaccine administration. Here's how to make sure you are reporting the correct service and conditions.

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CPT designates six codes to report vaccine administration. Here's how to make sure you are reporting the correct service and conditions.

When it comes to belt-tightening, staff training is usually one of the first places managers look to cut back. Here are five reasons why you shouldn't.

Finding the right practice manager or administrator is essential to the health of your medical practice.

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