Doctors are used to making quick decisions, but when it comes to some tasks, you have to think ahead. Prep time is your friend.
Practitioners are used to applying SOAP notes to clinical problems, but they can be used effectively for business issues as well.
One blogger looks at the problem of a practice being understaffed and how to solve that issue through basic arithmetic.
We’re all willing to sacrifice one principle for another. As a practice leader, you must develop a framework to choose between competing values.
Here are nine good reasons to receive all in-network payer remittances via the Automated Clearing House system.
Being angry at a patient isn’t constructive. Instead, use these tips to manage a patient’s unrealistic expectations
No matter how good your interview process and technique are, you are not likely to make a good hire without really knowing what it is you want.
It makes good business sense to outsource the billing for most medical practices. That said, the outsourcing must be to a competent billing service.
Squabbling among staff members can not only lead to bad morale, but can sour patients on your practice. Here's how to stop it in its tracks.
When it comes to complex payer rules, the most effective course of action is to consult experts for a thorough review of the rules and consequences.