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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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Uncertainty of the ACA aside, a new survey indicates most payers will stay in health plan exchange next year.

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When it comes to HIPAA, is it always better to be safe than sorry? Security experts say there is a thing as being too cautious.

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Security experts and research confirms staff members are your practice's biggest weakness against HIPAA compliance. It doesn't have to be that way though.

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United Airlines unceremoniously booted a physician off his flight and in the process unintentionally taught practices a few valuable lessons.

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At a time when its very existence is in doubt, the Affordable Care Act has never been more popular, according to a recent poll.

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No one can accurately predict what will happen with the ACA, but that doesn't mean physicians can't chart a path forward.

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With the GOP's efforts to repeal the ACA having gone awry, what's next for health policy? The AMA President-Elect weighs in.

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A recent research effort has uncovered that the number of physicians has actually gone up during the Affordable Care Act era, despite claims to the contrary.

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In this podcast, the chief innovation officer at the UPMC health system joins us to explain the potential of artificial intelligence in reducing burnout.

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For some physicians, reducing burnout requires a major shift in how they practice medicine. For others, it's simply taking a deep breath.

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