Physicians Share What Inspired their Career Choice
We asked physicians to share who or what inspired them to pursue medicine. Here's what they said.
When Patients Record Conversations with Doctors: Appropriate or Not?
Smartphones are making it easier for patients to record conversations with their physicians — sometimes secretly.
Critical Steps Prior to EHR Implementation
Jay Tolchinsky, principal of national accounts at consulting firm Beacon Partners, provides his pre-EHR implementation tips for practices.
How to Effectively Verify the Clinical Content in Your EHR
In this podcast, consultant Ronald Sterling notes the critical steps every practice should take to verify the clinical content in its EHR.
Physician Assistants are No Longer ‘An Experiment’
A sneak peek at our 2013 Staff Salary Survey findings and what they indicate about the role of physician assistants in medical practices.
Similarities Between Medical Homes and Concierge Practices
A look at some of the similarities between Patient-Centered Medical Homes and concierge practices.
Texas Tort Reform Not a ‘Failed Experiment,’ Healthcare Leaders Say
A new report claims tort reform in Texas is ineffective because it does not cut healthcare spending. Experts say that’s an unfair assessment to make.
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