You may be able to negotiate for better reimbursement. Here’s what you need to know to improve your chances of success with payers.
Non-physician practitioners, such as nurse practitioners and physician assistants, can save time and money, but know how to bill for their services.
Struggling with your work-life balance? Professional organizations offer solutions for burnout, from lobbying to hands-on help.
A few easy-to-fix mistakes lie behind most denied or returned insurance claims.
Money can leak out of practices in surprising ways. Analyzing your data can show where you’re losing income.
Here are some tips for using global health work to fight burnout.
Some physicians find relief from burnout by getting involved in humanitarian work.
Women physicians may be at higher risk of burnout, but they may have better coping tools, according to researchers.
It’s hard to intervene when you see a fellow provider in trouble with burnout. Here’s how to make it a little easier.
Personal problems could be contributing to physicians burning out at work. Identify your real problems, then find the solution.