Physicians Practice: America's Practice Management Resource
One doctor and her husband made a huge mistake in not being proactive with asset protection. It cost them dearly.
Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton? Many physicians are having a hard time picking either and healthcare isn't the reason why.
One independent doctor says that he treats his career as a profession, not as a job. As such, hurricanes don't stop him from practicing medicine.
Reviewing your software programs, logins, and EHR users can not only save you money, it should be a quarterly requirement in your medical practice.
Copy and paste can speed up patient charting in the EHR, but physicians and staff must be wary of propagating errors. Here are key factors to consider.
The data has begun to back what one PA has known for quite some time, PAs and NPs can make a difference in caring for a patient with chronic disease.
Physicians pride themselves on their ability to multitask on the job. But at home, it is often better to slow down, with these exceptions.
How much of an effect did the ICD-10 coding change have on claims processing? RemitDATA presents this quiz on Oct. 2015 claims information.
The 2015 Physician Compensation Survey asked doctors with different employment statuses how much they got paid. Here are some key findings.
Healthcare continues to evolve, so in order for small medical practices to survive, physician owners and administrators need to embrace new roles.
The advent of team-based healthcare means a more coordinated approach to seeing patients. It also means different staffing roles and ratios.
If you are attending this year’s Medical Group Management Association conference in San Francisco, here are nine things to put on your agenda.
Physicians Practice Pearls
If you are considering moving to cloud computing, your likelihood of success will be greatly increased if you ask the right questions beforehand. Here's where to start.
Preparing to open a new practice is the ideal time to create your professional brand. It is your opportunity to let patients know who you are professionally.