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For physicians who often work long hours, making the most of free time is important. Here are three of my tips.

The confidentiality and integrity of protected health information should be a primary goal for all who handle it.

HIPAA is there for the protection of your patients, not to hinder communication or good customer service.

John C. Goodman's recent Forbes article provides just one example of how the federal government hurts, not helps. Here are six ways to fix that.

Patients have smartphones. Physicians have information about health and well-being. So logically, using mobile health technology can provide better connections.

Practice employees are more than salaries. If you use them in the right places at the right time, they are revenue generators supporting your physicians.

EHRs can be expensive for small practices. But a stipulation of the Stark Law allows a hospital to donate funds and partner with you for meaningful use.

Holding staff accountable is crucial to your practice's success. Doing so will make sure that everyone is committed to both the practice and patients.

Dealing with difficult personalities and the resulting conflicts that arise can be an everyday occurrence at many practices. Here's how to address such issues more effectively.

Here are four common difficult personality types you may have as employees at your medical practice and how to deal with them.

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