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Physicians Practice: America's Practice Management Resource

Physicians are busy people. You know that mounting demands on your time can erode your patient relationships. Therefore, as the amount of time you can spend with your patients decreases, one way to combat that is to find new ways to maximize your efforts. Here's what you can do to make the most of your limited time with patients.

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New rules will now require Medicare enrollees who are classified as “high risk,” to subject themselves to fingerprint-based background checks.

Use this sample patient credit card authorization policy to ensure your medical practice is able to collect what it is owed.

In this podcast, consultant Susanne Madden shares how medical practices can store patient credit card numbers securely and effectively.

All rhetoric aside, it is helpful to understand where our tax dollars are being spent.

Motivators like financial success and a fulfilling work environment are not equally shared by all physicians. It is important to ask yourself what really matters to you.

Getting patients to understand hospital privileges — and what I can do for them when admitted — is often a difficult discussion.

Here are four assessment areas your practice can use to develop training for the ICD-10 medical coding system transition.

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Physicians Practice Pearls

You're skilled with a scalpel, but do you ever wonder how to handle a knife and fork at a formal meal? Don't worry we've got you covered.

Administrators and physicians are both leaders. While each role is important and unique, in order to be most effective, they need to work together.

Does your practice have an ICD-10 transition plan? Don't forget about prior authorizations.

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