Patients have smartphones. Physicians have information about health and well-being. So logically, using mobile health technology can provide better connections.
Practice employees are more than salaries. If you use them in the right places at the right time, they are revenue generators supporting your physicians.
EHRs can be expensive for small practices. But a stipulation of the Stark Law allows a hospital to donate funds and partner with you for meaningful use.
Welcoming a new physician to your practice goes beyond credentialing and orientation. It also includes marketing, integration into the team, and mentoring.
You may talk about growth at your medical practice, but are you walking the walk? Here are three ways to boost both personal and professional growth.
Market forces are driving new healthcare models, so it's critical to look at your practice's future. And collaboration may be the key to any kind of longevity.
In order to get patients the care they need when they need it, consider a risk-stratified care management system tied to point of care registries.
Communication, support, and education — especially on finances — are key areas for physicians and practice managers to work together in a team environment.
According to legendary football coach Lou Holtz, the keys to success in life and as a healthcare professional include having a good attitude, having passion, and making good choices.
Successful practices make it a priority to assess patient satisfaction regularly. Here's how to improve satisfaction scores and boost patient ratings.