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Gabriel Perna

Gabriel Perna

Gabriel Perna is the managing editor at Physicians Practice, where he covers the vital practice management issues influencing physicians and practice administrators. Previously, he was senior editor at Healthcare Informatics for four years, where he covered health IT strategy for CIOs and CMIOs. At Healthcare Informatics, he helped the publication grow its digital presence significantly by developing overarching strategies to expand its reach.

On top of possessing a deep understanding of the various policy, operational, and technical challenges facing healthcare leaders, he has a strong background in journalism, project management, social media, and developing content direction for print and web-based publications.

He can be reached at Gabriel.Perna@ubm.com or on Twitter at @GabrielSPerna.

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Diego Shmuels, MD

Facing something like the Zika epidemic is challenging for any healthcare organization, but especially when they lack significant resources.

Social media is a must for practices to engage patients in today's day and age. So a governance program is essential.

Jonathan Gruber

While GOP congressmen have promised to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, two policy experts say it won't be that easy.

Dr. Mark Werner

At HIMSS17, a clinical leadership consultant advises physicians to not be scared of MACRA, but instead, see it as a great opportunity for transformative change.

The chief innovation officer at UPMC says that improved usability in IT systems isn't about interfaces — it's about fitting into a doctor's work flow.

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In what areas will Secretary Tom Price make an impact at the Department of Health and Human Services? MGMA's government affairs expert shares his insight.

The 2016 Physicians Practice Fee Schedule Survey reveals how much more employed docs get paid than independent physicians for certain CPT codes.

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Rep. Tom Price was confirmed by the Senate along party lines as the next Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services.

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In our recurring blog "Inbox," we get reader feedback on whether or not physicians can still love practicing medicine in the age of "data entry."

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Rep. Tom Price advances toward a final Senate confirmation vote, which will determine whether or not he will be the next HHS Secretary.

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