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Acceptance of new practice models is growing steadily — both to meet the needs of physicians and their patients, according to our annual Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo.

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Considering the cloud for your medical practice data? Here are four strategies to get your medical practice more familiar with this health IT solution.

Physicians can achieve greater work-life balance by making small changes. Here are a few to consider.

Many doctors feel that promoting their practice is unprofessional. Instead, think of it as a way to help you provide excellent care to established and potential patients.

In light of continuing Medicare fraud, it is vital to review your coding and billing procedures. Prevention is key to avoiding expensive take-backs.

Here are five things that physicians can do to mitigate the risk of not only frivolous suits, but legitimate ones.

Standard SMS text messaging is not encrypted, secure, or HIPAA compliant. Without taking proper precautions, texting with patients puts your practice at risk.

Consultant Charlie Hauck provides five key components for practices to resolve conflict when it occurs and try to reduce it from happening in the first place.

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Standard SMS text messaging is not encrypted, secure, or HIPAA compliant. Without taking proper precautions, texting with patients puts your practice at risk.

There are all kinds of health apps that track blood pressure, medications, nutrition, you name it. Now Apple is entering the fray with the goal of interoperability.

Reviewing the definitions of modifiers first will ensure that applying a modifier goes from a game of chance to a sure thing.

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