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Dylan Fisher

Dylan Fisher

Dylan Fisher is an Associate Editor at Physicians Practice where he covers the issues affecting private practices on a daily basis. Previously, he was a content specialist at Direct Eats using his writing and social media expertise to grow the brands online footprint. Before Direct Eats, he was a news reporter at the Monadnock Ledger Transcript, publishing articles on health, personal interest, and sports. He can be reached at Dylan.fisher@ubm.com or on Twitter at @DFisher_P2.

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Don't let a lack of communication, EHR misadventures, or failure to be prepared lead to a damaging malpractice suit at your practice.

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The AMA is requesting drug makers be more transparent with pricing so that consumers know the true cost of what they are purchasing.

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As PAs get more involved in today's medical practice, readers are split on whether or not this is a good thing.

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For the first time ever, practice owners no longer represent the physician majority, according to a new AMA study.

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Almost three weeks after the bill narrowly passed through the House, the bill's CBO score was made public, drawing criticism.

By using schedule automation, a multi-specialty practice in Mass. is saving time and headaches, while also improving the patient experience.

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The government's involvement in medicine has made it harder for physicians and staff to stay happy. Here's how to keep things upbeat at your practice.

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The Department of Justice filed its second lawsuit this month against UnitedHealth, alleging inflated risk adjustment payments.

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In our recurring blog "Inbox," we get reader feedback on the future of healthcare reform.

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New survey shows difference in pay between male and female docs. CMS announces states now have until 2022 to meet Medicaid standards of care requirements.

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