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Many practices are feeling the push to go paperless. Here's how to make the leap.

One doctor believes she has found the right way to get patients to not sue her practice. Will it work and indemnify her?

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Every physician practice is dealing with stretched resources these days, but that's not an excuse for bad customer service.

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One medical group in Massachusetts learned the power of using medical assistants to improve quality of care.

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We are nearly halfway through the year. What should be on physicians' radar for the rest of 2016? Here are eight things to look at.

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Practices need to expand their leadership capabilities beyond clinical-minded decisions. They have to focus on business management, too.

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A recent ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals emphasizes why it's important for physicians to not cut corners.

Concerns about additional cost can hold practices back from adopting front-office technology, even though the rewards can more than offset the expense.

Changes in the healthcare industry can make the delivery of quality patient care more difficult. It is here that long-range planning can be most helpful.

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Vendors' products and services directly impact a practice's day-to-day operations. Here's how to be establish efficient vendor relations.

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