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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.

Recent Content

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

From texting to Facebook messages, communicating with patients electronically has always raised legal questions. Here are the answers to keep your practice safe.

Many physicians start off their patient visits with a friendly handshake. But some researchers say that's not the healthiest approach. What do you think?

Unless a member of the medical practice team is intimately involved in the cash flow process, they probably don't know what is affordable for the practice.

Are you doing all you can to ensure financial stability during retirement? Here, a financial planner shares his key advice.

A tax and business formation lawyer shares the legal risks physicians must consider prior to investing in or working for ancillary service providers.

Mobile health tools have come a long way over the past few years. Here's how and why physicians should be using them.

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Physicians Practice Pearls

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.

Information overload is emotionally unhealthy and can result in poor concentration, poor decision making, and an inability to get work done.

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