Nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other advanced practice clinicians may have different coding requirements, adding another layer of complexity to the coding process.
A growing number of physicians are getting a master’s in business administration to learn the business of medicine.
How can docs avoid burnout woes? Three docs share their personal stories.
Physicians are spending nearly 90 minutes of "pajama time" documenting in the EHR. Here are solutions to fix this pressing problem.
Physician practices can learn from Equifax's security breach by asking the right questions. Here are a few to ask their vendor.
Planning ahead for a security breach related to your EHR can make the practice's response much smoother, according to experts.
Practices need to ask some hard questions to determine if an EHR switch is the right move. Here are a few.
From decreased physician productivity to lack of awareness about your EHR vendor's other product offerings, here's why you stay put.
Physicians need to document care in the EHR, but they can either keep the computer out of the room or embrace it to focus on the patient.
Quality alerts in the EHR can help remind physicians of urgent issues, but it's important to tailor the alerts to specific patients and leverage medical research.