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Michael Sappington is CEO of gloStream, a performance management services firm providing physicians and medical practices with EHR software, practice management technology and revenue cycle services. E-mail him here.
Why the Healthcare System Needs Small Medical Practices
A strong healthcare ecosystem needs multiple components, with its smallest at the very core.
Simple Ways to Situate Your Independent Medical Practice for Success
The year 2014 will be a tipping point for independent medical practices. Make sure your practice is prepared.
Healthcare in 2014: Take a Proactive Approach to Major Changes
2014 is going to be harder for most medical practices than many believe mainly due to change apathy and paralysis in dealing with major changes.
Marketing Your Medical Practice for the Future
One of the biggest changes medical practices face is how they market themselves to new patients. Here's some guidance to help you for the future.
Medical Practices and Service-Oriented Business Strategies
The changes that come with Stage 2 of meaningful use and ICD-10 are just at the tip of a change iceberg. Here's how to strategize going forward.
Top 5 ICD-10 Considerations That You Haven't Thought About
ICD-10 at its very core is a test of your practice and its agility. Here's what you should consider in making the transition.
The EHR Paradox — Practice or Vendor Problem?
EHRs are frustrating for physicians. But who's to blame for their lackluster performance?
Six Roles You Need Filled at Your Medical Practice for the Future
Now is the season for planning and creating a strategy for a practice that can survive the future. Here are six roles to fill at your office today.
Embracing the Transformational Moments in Healthcare
Whether the Affordable Care Act, ICD-10, or the Stage 2 rules for meaningful use, look at these changes as opportunities, not obstacles.
Upgrade Your Medical Practice Performance by Evaluating Staff
For some operating their office to simply get the work done is preferred. But your practice can be more forward-thinking. Here's how.