Trusting relationships are key to medical practice success, and at the root of trusting relationships is strong communication. Here's how to make improvements.
A new survey reveals most physicians feel Medicare quality improvement programs are ineffective, too complex, and too burdensome for physicians and staff.
Dealing with difficult personalities and the resulting conflicts that arise can be an everyday occurrence at many practices. Here's how to address such issues more effectively.
Here are four common difficult personality types you may have as employees at your medical practice and how to deal with them.
While the initial performance of Medicare ACOs hasn't achieved prescribed cost-savings goals, that doesn't mean they aren't successful, say two practices.
In this podcast, healthcare consultant Craig Greenberg shares three tasks every practice manager should complete before the end of 2014.
To truly be ready for the ICD-10 transition, start your communications now: with your physicians, your staff, and your tech vendors.
Practice managers often fall in to common office habits, but going against conventional practice may result in a better office culture and cost savings.
At the MGMA 2014 conference, attendees learned about key elements of HIPAA compliance they may be overlooking. Many have to do with changes to patient rights.
"Better-performing medical practices" excel in four performance categories, according to the MGMA. How does your practice stack up?