Decreasing documentation requirements leads to decreasing reimbursement for the same amount of clinical work.
Since the inception of the PA profession, PAs have been shown to be part of solution when it comes to healthcare delivery. Physicians who work in rural areas need PAs to practice to the full extent of their training and experience.
Consider taking precautions to prevent staff from leaving—and taking your belongings with them.
There is recognition among traditional health care organizations that we need to change drastically and quickly in order to meet the needs of all our patients.
The push to provide customer service comes at a cost to the physician-patient relationship.
We are far from the point where providers can gather needed information from one place to safely and efficiently develop a treatment plan. But there is hope.
Although we often take pride in our constant busyness, being too busy can be a bad thing.
A good logo doesn’t happen by accident. Here are some tips to help you create a logo that advertises the unique qualities of your practice.
The commonalities between PAs and physicians far outweigh the few differences that we have.
Two cards tacked to a covered bulletin board help one physician remember why she practices medicine.