With a dearth of coders thanks to the ICD-10 transition, some practices find that training current staff is the best way to get good coders.
Personal problems could be contributing to physicians burning out at work. Identify your real problems, then find the solution.
Burnout is a problem for physicians at work, but the solution might be found at home.
Burnout can spread rapidly. Here are six ways to protect your team and ensure the virus doesn't get too far.
You can get along better with your EHR software and in turn, it should help reduce clinician burnout. Here's how.
Physicians with burnout are likely to have depression as well. But getting help may not be as risky as you think.
A physician shortage may be contributing to burnout, but help is on the way—and creative staffing might keep you going until it gets here.
Physician burnout is a serious problem. Here's how to recognize when it's a problem at your practice.
Value-based care is a scary prospect for many physicians. Here are seven reasons why they shouldn't be afraid.
It's been one year since ICD-10 has come into effect. How did practices deal with the transition and what's next?