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.
One physician reckons with the fact that her high school-aged daughter says she wants to be an endocrinologist—just like mom.
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.
As the number of adults with chronic kidney disease will likely increase, there is a growing need—and opportunity—for physician assistants who can help promote healthy kidney function and help slow disease progression.
Yes, you need to delegate some tasks to employees. But as practice owners and administrators, it’s your responsibility to oversee and double check—not blindly sign your name for a whole lot of trouble.
Please note this solution is subject to child labor laws.
When we perceive that we’re being verbally attacked, the natural reaction for most people is to respond in kind. However, there is a different way to proceed that often proves to be more successful.
A projected physician shortage means it’s time to appeal to the new crop of docs.
Busy offices rarely have the time to pause, evaluate workflows, and attempt to improve efficiencies across the practice. However, unless you make that time, things are likely to stay the same.
Jennifer Frank, MD, reflects on the struggles she and her patients face when adopting healthy lifestyle habits and why doing so remains worth the effort.