Physicians Practice: America's Practice Management Resource
CMS is moving forward with a proposal to pay doctors for managing more of a patient's care outside of a face-to-face office visit.
Physicians work hard for their income and in their preparation for retirement. Here are five steps to take to ensure you don't lose those investments to fraud.
We all know the best things in life can't be purchased on Black Friday. That said, here are some great presents for doctors.
How the burgeoning industry of invoicing scams is affecting physicians — and what you can do.
A study of 215 primary-care physicians at Atrius Health in Massachusetts reveals how EHRs can serve as a key tool to help control rising costs.
Why the end of the year is stressful for medical billers at physician practices, and what they can do to alleviate some of that stress.
Text messages between medical practices and patients are a great way to violate HIPAA — unless you take very specific precautions.
Betty Hovey of AAPC explains the looming medical coding transition to ICD-10 and how to prepare your medical practice.
Financial adviser David Alemian discusses steps physicians can take today to cut the effect of income tax on their retirement plans.
Meryl Luallin, a partner at consulting firm SullivanLuallin Group, shares how practices can easily boost their patient satisfaction scores.
Here's what a medical practice must consider as it evaluates hospital integration opportunities.
Vic Arnold, a managing director at Huron Consulting, discusses practice-alignment strategies that will aid long-term survival in a partnership.
Consultant John Lutz discusses the transition from volume- to value-based healthcare and how medical practices can begin preparing today.
Penny Noyes of Health Business Navigators discusses the typical components in payer agreements, and those that might cause practices trouble.
Michael O'Connell of Marymount Hospital in Ohio discusses key steps your medical practice can take to ensure a safe environment for patients and staff.
Physicians Practice Pearls
Docs are not limited to selling their practice to stay afloat. Banding together with other practices to share resources may strengthen your business.
When you are sick, dealing with a difficult organization is the last thing you want to do. Here are some easy ways to endear your practice to its patients.
Work responsibilities, family time, and community activities can make it challenging to maintain a realistic schedule. Here are six steps to success.