When it comes to sexual harassment in the workplace, physicians must adhere to higher standard.
What do patients really want? Solutionreach 2017 survey reveals how generational factors impact patient-provider relationships.
On Wednesday, the Senate confirmed Alex Azar, making him the second HHS secretary in under a year for the Trump Administration.
In this podcast, AMA President David O. Barbe, MD talks about the accommodations that CMS has made towards small practices in MACRA.
Would you rather work for an independent practice group, or are you better off employed by a health system?
The recently released SAMSHA Final Rule broadens disclosure rules, while a recent case underscores that inaccurate travel expenses submitted to Medicare result in liability.
The solution to solving the opioid crisis is much more complicated than simply adding new therapies. It needs a multi-leveled approach.
From creating new services to making better use of tech, if you’re among the planners hoping to make 2018 your practice’s best year ever, here are seven strategies that can help.
Why are practices merging with others? Here are five common reasons at what's driving this trend.
Recent news headlines have featured catastrophic asset protection planning failures by doctors and their legal counsel.
Stay on top of your collection practices using training, technology, and communication.
Taking a serious look at your worth and value might have your head spinning, but it’s worth it.
A new year means some patients will have new insurance plans, meaning a lot of transition for this doctor's practice and his patients.
While there are a lot of definitions around "quality," we have a long way to go in understanding what constitutes patient satisfaction in medicine.