Getting your patients to take the first step towards better health can be a struggle. Here is a simple reframing technique that could help.
The decision of whether to keep billing in-house or outsource is not always about cost. It’s about the value realized for the expense and the risk of not getting it right.
Reflect on what requests you want to accept before obediently saying yes, especially those that detract from your career goals.
Concierge medicine and direct primary care both have membership fees, but that doesn’t make them the same. Here are 10 differences you should know.
Physicians need to understand agency, the six types of authority, and their relationship to emergency departments.
Stop always saying yes and reconsider how you are, or could be, spending time for the benefit of you, your co-workers, and your patients.
Summer vacations are a lot of fun, but travel presents various risks to your assets and safety. Here is what you need to know to protect yourself and your family.
Physicians have a responsibility to uphold ethical standards and ensure the people they associate with do, too. Otherwise, they risk their reputation being tarnished by association—or worse.
Short-staffed practices need to have a plan in place when they lose a doctor to preserve the practice operations and patient care.
Imagine: the freedom to care for patients the way you want to, not the way insurance mandates or regulations require.