Physicians Practice: America's Practice Management Resource
For more than a decade, Physicians Practice has examined practice conditions in every U.S. state, ranking the best states for physicians to either set up their own shop or become employed. Which states were ranked in the top five?
Also, find out how your state fared with our interactive map and determine your ideal practice location.
Promoting your practice using effective methods can be the difference between gaining and losing business.
With year-end coming up fast, now is the time to assess your business practices. Here are some thoughts.
On Thursday, 24 Senators reached agreement on a short-term bipartisan legislation bill that would help stabilize health insurance markets.
You don't have time to take strategic 60-second pauses throughout the day? Think again, here's when you can.
Texas was one of the five Best States to Practice. Dr. Carlos Cardenas talks to us about what makes it so friendly to physicians.
A physician assistant specializing in treating addiction shares some of the ways she spots drug seekers and addicts on the job.
This doctor went from being an average MD to an outstanding one, simply by moving across state lines.
Take this quiz from RemitDATA on the coding trends in the first half of 2017.
In this video exclusive for Physicians Practice, Michael Matray, host of Healthcare Matters, drills down on a pair of medical liability tort reform bills currently under consideration in the U.S. House of Representatives.
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.
Physicians Practice Pearls
Don't allow new patients to wait 30 minutes because of an outdated intake process, here are ways to make it more efficient.
Practices today are intensely focused on cost-cutting by any means necessary. But, it's important to realize cutting is not always beneficial.
Some patients don't want to hear it, they just want their unreasonable request accepted. Here's how to say no.