Providers face the daily struggle of care quality while still controlling costs.
Physicians sound off on features they wish the EHR had in order to make their jobs and the patient experience better.
Physicians are spending nearly 90 minutes of "pajama time" documenting in the EHR. Here are solutions to fix this pressing problem.
A physician attempts to profess her gripes about the prior authorization process to a pharmacist to no avail.
A legal expert outlines recent cases where physician's wealth took a hit and then gives his advice on how such situations can be avoided.
You have a few seconds to attract a new patient, it is essential your website delivers a positive experience. Avoid these medical website design mistakes.
Women physicians may be at higher risk of burnout, but they may have better coping tools, according to researchers.
It’s hard to intervene when you see a fellow provider in trouble with burnout. Here’s how to make it a little easier.
Texting, Facebook, Skype — these technologies can all put you in the crosshairs of the government for failing to comply with HIPAA.
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Can a medical assistant make an impact on your practice? In today’s value-based environment, hiring and optimizing the right individual can help your practice score big in quality care and other areas.
The AMA is warning Americans to take all precautions as this flu season is shaping up to be the most severe in recent memory.
Medicare's Quality Payment Program (QPP) is a little different in 2018 than it was in 2017. Here is a guide to this year's reporting requirements.
Here are some strategies practices should take to better communicate medical costs to patients.