Practice Notes Blog

Welcome to Physicians Practice's blog, Practice Notes.

Here, you'll find news, tips, and advice from physicians, administrators, attorneys, health IT experts, and others looking to assist you in managing your medical practice posted daily.

And, of course, don't be afraid to let your voice be heard in the comments section of each blog.



A concierge model may not be the answer for every practice, but it does serve as an example of what’s possible with technology and the right priorities.

Here are some general guidelines from the CDC to prevent transmissions of all respiratory infections — especially the flu — at your office.


If you can't ignore a bad online patient review and are considering a defamation suit vs. a patient, here are three things to consider first.

TAP — technical, administrative and physical controls should form the foundation of HIPAA compliance.

Staff-to-patient communication generally reflects what the staff really believes, and that often reflects poorly on a practice.

Practices face big cash-flow problems as patients shoulder more of their healthcare costs. Here's how to step up patient payment collections.

While nurse practitioners seek practice autonomy, physician assistants work to ensure greater state-by-state consistency in scope of practice laws.


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