Physicians Practice: America's Practice Management Resource
With value-based payment models taking over healthcare, practice managers and administrators must be more aware of how physicians deliver care and how they can help them do it more efficiently.
Leaving assets can be particularly tricky with spendthrift heirs or those with personal issues. Here are two financial vehicles to consider.
When you look for guidance on the sustainability of technology, look to the government. No, not HHS, but instead the U.S. Department of Defense.
Make sure your practice is getting paid what it is owed for the work you perform with these four tips.
How can you tell if the therapist to whom you refer patients is the right fit? Here are four metrics to consider.
Patients with chronic diseases consume a huge portion of healthcare expenses. The use of health tracking devices could change that.
You cannot stop a patient from defaming you online, but taking these steps can help lessen the reputational damage of a single negative review.
If driving practice efficiency is in your game plan, technology investments to complement your EHR should be considered.
So many physicians are working hard to improve patient satisfaction. Here's the one the one thing they can do to make the most positive impact.
Our seventh annual Staff Salary Survey collected data from nearly 1,100 practices nationwide. Here are some key data points every practice should know.
Have an upcoming contract negotiation with a payer? Let Marcia Brauchler give you three key strategies before you sit down at the table.
Are your physicians struggling to keep up with patient visits? Here are some small ways you can help them stay on time.
Physicians Practice Pearls
Patient satisfaction is doubly important now that it is a payment metric. Make sure you are doing everything possible to get the top scores you deserve.
Before deciding to provide and bill for chronic care management, a practice should make sure it has the necessary staff and support structures first.
It's no secret that patient financial responsibilities are higher than ever. So why wait until after the insurance company pays to collect a big balance from patients?