Non-clinical staff play an important role in ensuring a practice runs smoothly and provides high-quality patient care. Keep these tips in mind when assembling your practice’s staff.
Four simple steps can increase collection of patient balances while also preserving the practice-patient relationship.
A growing number of physicians are getting a master’s in business administration to learn the business of medicine.
Physicians' legal and financial planning must properly protect their assets, businesses, and family. These basic questions about your planning will help you determine if you've done enough.
Untap hidden revenue and stop leaving money on the table by reviewing your Evaluation & Management coding.
When determining the value of a practice, several factors should be considered, including historical growth, forecasting future performance, and practice size.
Doctors are paying more attention to building and retaining personal wealth than ever before. Understanding some core legal concepts about protecting assets and managing risks is a key part of that education.
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.
Investing a small amount of time in examining business competitors can pay big dividends for practices.
Understand why the “100 deadliest days” could affect physicians and practice staff personally and professionally.