One physician finally succumbs to adjusting her work schedule to reduce burnout—sort of.
Here’s how to avoid being a gambler in value-based healthcare.
Prior authorizations are a pain for physicians. Here are a few things you can do to improve your odds of winning.
Physician practices must take the time to evaluate their policies related to “outside activities."
Is your claims management solution making you do more work than necessary? Find out what it costs healthcare providers in the U.S. annually in wasted time and money because of inefficiencies in the claims process.
The most effective treatments are almost always a combination of chemistry and lifestyle which does not reflect a deficiency of either.
Likeability, avoiding jargon, and showing empathy are three strategies that can improve patient relations.
Our editorial advisory board tells us what superpower they would possess and why.
This doctor says that direct-to-consumer advertising of medications leads patients to get the wrong idea about their treatment plans.
More providers than ever before are getting a full pass on pay-for-performance in 2018, and even those that are required to participate have a path that is only marginally more difficult than this year — and a far cry from what QPP would
Are men less enthusiastic than women about seeing physicians of the opposite gender? Maybe, according to an analysis of more than 2 million primary care visits.
A concierge doc shares his experiences with using chatbot technology as a way to provide patients more value.
President Trump relieved David Shulkin, MD, as Secretary of Veterans Affairs (VA), replacing him with White House physician, Rear Adm., Ronny Jackson, MD.
Here are five ideas on how to jumpstart your approach to leisure, including some you may not have previously considered.
Coding expert explains why we don't typically see a 99397 and an AWV, and why Medicare discourages this from happening.