Your practice’s biggest expense—and best asset—is your staff. Here’s how to ensure you’ve got the right staff in the right roles working as efficiently as possible.
Pamela Moore, PhD
An EMR purchase is a business decision like any other. It’s an expensive decision, true, and it requires change. But it’s still just a business decision. What questions should you really be asking yourself?
What are physicians like you doing when it comes to purchasing new office technologies? Our Fifth Annual Technology Survey cuts through the hype and gives it to you straight.
President Obama has promised as much as $44,000 to physicians using EHRs as part of the stimulus package he signed this year. Payments start in 2011. But there’s a catch.
The best measure of physician productivity is the “relative value unit,” or RVU. But many new physicians don’t know where to start, or even what an RVU is. Here’s help.
The customer is always right, until he is wrong. In an age of consumerism, how do you say no without losing patients?
There are plenty of reasons to be cynical about health reform, but maybe it’s time for a little optimism.
The best measure of physician productivity is the “relative value unit,” or RVU. But a physician trying to figure out how much she’ll be paid under this system doesn’t know where to start, or even what an RVU is. Here’s help.
The EHR stimulus has physicians and vendors alike buzzing. But are they asking the right questions, or just looking for a handout?
Medicare hopes to save millions with tougher billing rules and aggressive audits — changes that could cost your practice money. But if you bill right and on time, you can keep that Medicare check coming.