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Solving Medical Practice Problems Post Tech Adoption

Practices have significantly increased technology use over the past few years, but many are struggling to incorporate it into their everyday work flows.

PLUS: Get results from our 2015 Technology Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, featuring replies from more than 1,100 medical practices on their use of EHRs, patient portals, and other tech tools.

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The inherent flaws in this doctor’s EHR system has created an ethical dilemma, which he says cannot be solved.

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Here are six steps to protect yourself and your practice from malpractice suits stemming from a patient's prescription addiction.

Practice-payer alignment is more important than ever before and should involve a third party: your health IT vendors. Here's why.

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In a changing healthcare environment, it’s important for physicians, PAs, and everyone else in the care team to get on the same page.

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Here are 11 tips to ensure your practice will be on track for a successful ICD-10 transition come Oct. 1, 2015 and beyond.

Effective communication is essential for delivering quality patient care and establishing a good relationship. Here are eight tips to help.

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Physicians Practice Pearls

When managing their practices, a lot of very good doctors make bad business decisions because they lack the same data-driven rigor they give to patients.

All of us have heard our share of patient complaints. One-liners that offer little room for anything more than an apology. Here's some advice on deflecting the worst zingers.

Medical practices need to focus more attention on the specificity and completeness of their diagnosis coding in order to be compensated fairly.

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