Physicians need to consider what they might need to do in order to repurchase their medical practice—then get those provisions in place before agreeing to the sale.
Although we often take pride in our constant busyness, being too busy can be a bad thing.
Tips for medical practice staff to broach the conversation of mid-career professional development with their employers.
Stepping back for perspective in the middle of your career can unveil fresh insights and help plan future accomplishments. Here are six ways for medical practice staff to advance their careers.
A sign of a future career in healthcare.
An app that gets patients to pick up their phone without giving them your personal number.
A good logo doesn’t happen by accident. Here are some tips to help you create a logo that advertises the unique qualities of your practice.
A recent announcement by CMS for comments may be a welcome reprieve for physicians.
Advice for new physicians as they enter the field.
If telemedicine is supposed to provide convenient and accessible care, why are so few using these services?
Make your mission known. Commit (or recommit) your organization and employees to upholding those core beliefs.
Parting ways with patients and staff is a difficult and emotional process. Here’s some gentle guidance.
Any medical practice with multiple owners must have a funded buy-sell agreement in place to protect the partners and their families from the death or exit of a partner.
Three steps to avoid your NPI from being used improperly … and what to do if it already has.
New state legislations may have unintended effects on non-compete agreements.