Practices are facing stiff competition in health care these days, here are five ways to ensure your patients keep coming back.
A recent poll found that 80 percent of Americans believe drug prices are too high, while only 39 percent have faith in it being fixed.
A member of your medical staff has potentially dangerous psychological issues. You don't want to be insensitive, what are your choices?
Unlike physicians, APRNs, and other health professionals, physician assistants do not receive direct reimbursement from insurers.
Here are some keys to consider in taking the long-term, more beneficial approach to addressing the customer experience you provide.
Nearly two thirds of patients find their physician online, so having bad reviews is not an option. Here's what doctors can do.
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The economics of healthcare are inexorably shifting risk from payers to providers. Independent providers who fail to join risk facing groups are doomed.
Physicians are stuck choosing between the lesser of two evils when it comes to payments and reimbursement.
Here are three guideline mobile apps that will help primary-care physicians get their jobs done.
People don't like being told what to do — they prefer to be encouraged to think through how to best manage a situation.
In part two of this series, attorney, Efrem Grail shares six more tips on how to avoid trouble from the law when prescribing opioids.
PAs are educated in communication techniques and may have more time to educate patients and their families, improving patient satisfaction.
It's necessary to create space in our personal and professional lives. It is better for us, for our patients, and for our families.