Reducing expenses at your medical practice can have a significant effect on net income, which is what is left to the partners and owners.
UnitedHealthcare cites "funding pressure" as the reason for termination of contracts with Medicare C providers across 10 states.
Working harder is not the only way to increase total income at your medical practice. Here are some other effective methods to consider.
If your medical practices is preparing for a merger or acquisition, here are six critical health IT areas that deserve your focus.
Penny Noyes of Health Business Navigators discusses the typical components in payer agreements, and those that might cause practices trouble.
Think carving out Medicare and Medicaid patients from your business arrangements makes you safe from federal fraud and abuse laws? Think again.
Physicians considering changing their status as enrolled and participating Medicare providers must be aware of their options and legal requirements.
The OIG deems PODs to be inherently suspect under the Anti-Kickback Statute, so physicians should take note.
It is extremely important to carefully examine an employment contract and get expert advice before signing it.
Compounding effort and resources is not always a good thing at medical practices.