Seven seasoned professionals offer some recommendations for new residents and those starting out at medical practices.
The commonalities between PAs and physicians far outweigh the few differences that we have.
Honing leadership skills is essential for a manager. Here are four ways to become better leaders for staff and patients.
Fill that empty seat (or pull up another one) by recruiting an experienced healthcare executive to your medical group board.
Untap hidden revenue and stop leaving money on the table by reviewing your Evaluation & Management coding.
Two cards tacked to a covered bulletin board help one physician remember why she practices medicine.
Mobile technology has the capacity to improve your practice, specifically when it comes to tablet-based patient care.
When patient discharges are necessary, here are some considerations on how to release patients with compassion and care.
Is a phone message sufficient to use the TCM coding series? Plus, guidance on advanced care planning codes.
Residency can be a fearful time in a doctor’s career, but it doesn’t have to be unbearable. Here are some tips for recent medical school graduates as they begin their training.
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Before securing a policy to cover work from a previous employer, physicians should examine all tail insurance options.
When determining the value of a practice, several factors should be considered, including historical growth, forecasting future performance, and practice size.
Negotiating with health plans is not about who you are or what you do. It is about fair compensation for what you deliver.