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.
A recent case in New York shows physicians how expensive a major data breach can be from a financial, reputational and legal standpoint.
Many doctors say they would never recommend a medical career to their children. Burnout is a serious problem.
What is time-driven activity based cost accounting and how does it help your practice understand the cost of seeing a patient?
If you are considering merging your practice with another group, make sure you are doing so because it's the right thing to do.
From data analysis to violence prevention, here are seven ways for your practice to avoid putting patient safety at risk.
In part two of this series, learn strategies to effectively enact change at your practice.
April 15 is around the corner. Here are mistakes, scams, and misinformation to know when filing your taxes.
Patients who want things to be done right then and there are typically broken up into two groups. Here's a breakdown of both.
An in-depth look at some of the most common billing mistakes in health care and what practices can do to avoid them.
Regardless of what changes are ultimately made to MACRA, the overall market is staunchly marching towards value-based payment models.
Practices are facing stiff competition in health care these days, here are five ways to ensure your patients keep coming back.
A recent poll found that 80 percent of Americans believe drug prices are too high, while only 39 percent have faith in it being fixed.
A member of your medical staff has potentially dangerous psychological issues. You don't want to be insensitive, what are your choices?