Physicians may be eager for the financial rewards of recruitment deals, but they need to understand such enticements can become a tremendous burden.
While human contact is natural and banter is commonplace, be mindful of how words and actions are received by those with different perceptions.
Medicare as rolled out its “direct primary care prototype,” but physicians should look closer at the model as it’s not quite DPC.
Greater competition for services and other factors are resulting in pay raises—and other benefits—to physicians at many practices.
Despite express prohibition regarding the use and/or the sale of PHI by unauthorized individuals, doctors and companies still did it—and paid.
Staff training is essential to running a successful practice. Here are four reasons why it often gets overlooked and how to change that.
Listening and acting on what you hear is key to engaging your practice employees. Here are six strategies to keep staff happy and productive.
Understand how to protect—and avoid infringing on—copyrights, patents, and trade secrets at your practice.
If a raise isn’t in the cards, consider other ways to leverage your workforce.
You may be able to negotiate for better reimbursement. Here’s what you need to know to improve your chances of success with payers.
Non-physician practitioners, such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants, can save time and money, but know how to bill for their services.
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