Physicians Practice: America's Practice Management Resource
Conflict between medical practice staff can devastate a practice. Here's how to prevent and/or deal with it appropriately.
Health reform is forcing many medical practices to change how they do business. Here's how physicians can help their managers, partners, and staff adjust.
We believe that the future of U.S. healthcare is decentralized, mobilized, and democratized. Here's why.
Medical supply companies need to stop cold calling patients offering them medical equipment without a physician's order, and trying to trick busy doctors.
As physicians, we take the Hippocratic Oath to swear that we uphold specific ethical standards. Don't you want a financial adviser who has done the same?
With all the media coverage of Ebola and enterovirus D68, there are several things your practice can do to ease patient and staff concern. Here's where to begin.
Two nurses exposed to the Ebola virus in Dallas should not be scolded, as the CDC has done, but praised for their dedicated service to the public.
Last-minute holiday vacation requests can put a strain on your practice. Here are some ways to avoid the turmoil.
Robert Tennant of the Medical Group Management Association explains the ins and outs of CMS extending its hardship exception regarding meaningful use technology.
The first imported case of Ebola diagnosed in the U.S. underscores the need for practices to actively address risks associated with infectious diseases.
This 60-second video clip will help your medical practice identify six ways to reduce the likelihood of a HIPAA breach due to cyber crime.
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.
From nonphysician providers to advanced practitioners, PAs are referred to in many ways. Here's what one PA says is the appropriate terminology.
John McGinnity, president of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, shares how PA practice is changing, and how physicians and practices should adapt.
In this podcast, consultant Susanne Madden shares how medical practices can store patient credit card numbers securely and effectively.
Robert Tennant, senior policy adviser of government affairs for the Medical Group Management Association, discusses the ICD-10 delay.
Physicians Practice Pearls
Effective patient collections are becoming more critical to the financial health of your practice. Here are several strategies to help your practice get paid.
Patient portals aren’t just a cool marketing tool. In addition to helping a practice meet meaningful use, they are an important part of medical homes.
Reporting vaccine administration can be tricky. Practices should review most recent updates and be aware of differences between commercial and federal payers.