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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.
The 8th Principal for Dealing With Physician Stress
Many physicians are women, but the male physician stereotype persists. When a reader requested a more gender neutral example of work-life challenges, here's what we said.
Finding Work-Life Balance for Physicians Usually Means Sacrifice
Being able to decide how many days you want to see patients is great for raising kids. But, it can cramp the family budget. How do you balance both?
New Health App to Link Patient Data with Physician EHRs
There are all kinds of health apps that track blood pressure, medications, nutrition, exercise, you name it. Now Apple is entering the fray with the goal of interoperability.
Under Proposal, CME Speakers No Longer Exempt from Sunshine Act
CMS is proposing to withdraw the Sunshine Act exemption for payments made to healthcare providers who serve as speakers for accredited CME programs.
Six Phrases to Avoid When Talking with Patients
The chief patient safety officer at medical malpractice insurer The Doctors Company identifies six common communication missteps physicians make.
New Practice Models Are Gaining Acceptance in Primary Care
Our Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo, indicates greater physician acceptance of alternate practice models to help themselves and patients.
2014 Great American Physician Survey Results
Get unique insight into the personal and professional lives of physicians through the results of the 2014 Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo.
Top 5 Reasons Physicians Give for Avoiding Social Media
Physician and social media expert Russell Faust describes the top obstacles preventing doctors from utilizing social media as a tool for their medical practice.
ICD-10: From Politics to Preparation
Sue Bowman of AHIMA discusses how ICD-10 got delayed, the true cost of waiting one year for implementation, and how to get your practice prepared.
ICD-10 Next Steps: For the Prepared and Procrastinators
Angie Comfort of AHIMA gives you quick tips on what you should do to prepare for ICD-10 in 2015, whether your practice was ready or not in 2014.
New Patient Intake at Your Medical Practice: A Nine-Step Process
Consultant Gail Levy shares nine steps to ensure your practice is orienting new patients efficiently and effectively.
Storing Patient Credit Card Information: A New Necessity for Practices
In this podcast, consultant Susanne Madden shares how medical practices can store patient credit card numbers securely and effectively.
What Physicians Should Know About the ICD-10 Delay
Robert Tennant, senior policy adviser of government affairs for the Medical Group Management Association, discusses the ICD-10 delay.
What to Look for in Healthcare IT Staff
How to ask the right questions and find the perfect candidate for your practice's healthcare IT needs.
Tips for Physicians on Joining and Posting to Twitter
Pediatrician and social media enthusiast Natasha Burgert offers physicians advice on joining and posting to Twitter.
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Using Modifier 24: Understand the Rules of the Game
Reviewing the definitions of modifiers first will ensure that applying a modifier goes from a game of chance to a sure thing.
Five Common Interviewing Mistakes Made at Medical Practices
Hiring mistakes can be costly, resulting in high turnover, reduced productivity, and lackluster moral. Here are some easy ways to refine your interviewing skills.
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