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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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Texas was one of the five Best States to Practice. Dr. Carlos Cardenas talks to us about what makes it so friendly to physicians.

Kate Goodrich

MACRA madness, good advice, and a few other observations from the conference, held in Anaheim.

William Jessee, MD, offers two ways to improve engagement and reduce physician burnout at medical practices.

A new model gives practices the resources of a large health system, while allowing them to maintain autonomy.

Nate Moore

Nate Moore doesn't have a crystal ball, but he says that every practice should be able to plan ahead based on appointment data.

O'Neil Pyke

In the era of value-based care, understanding where the patient is coming from and engaging them is as important as ever.

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The MGMA’s Anders Gilberg discusses the impact of Tom Price resigning his post at HHS.

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President Trump said he was mad at HHS Secretary Tom Price for misusing public money to fly on a private charter plane.

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Stephen Jones, MD, isn't looking to make a name for himself in comedy, he's looking to get patients in the door for their well visits.

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More than 40 percent of physicians give the Trump administration an “F” in healthcare thus far. What has led to these tough grades?

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