Doctors are pitched a variety of tax planning schemes at the end of each year by both salespeople and well-meaning friends and colleagues. Here is a final look at some common tax evasion landmines physicians must be aware of.
This month’s coding questions look at how timing plays a role with annual checkups and the stipulations that must be met for coding by time.
A thorough valuation can help you position your medical practice as an attractive prospect for potential physicians and investors. It’s also a useful exercise to measure the health of your practice.
Expert advice for turning your back office staff into billing and collections all-stars.
Advice to help your front office staff start the billing process off right.
If you need financing or a line of credit, it pays to find a bank with medical practice expertise. Here are five questions to help you evaluate potential lenders.
The line between sharing helpful information and “affinity fraud” is very thin when well-meaning friends and colleagues share bad information.
Many practices assume their ancillaries are profitable, yet often lack the systems needed to conduct a proper analysis.
There are many ways in which a practice can grow, so it’s important practices expand in a way that’s sustainable to ensure long-term success.
Physicians must take action and try to get paid accurately for their services.