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When Family Members Become Disruptive

Sometimes, a patient's family members can become disruptive or aggressive, and threaten to hinder patient care. Here's how to address and deescalate the situation.

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Digital health technologies offer the potential for close and cost-effective, long-term remote monitoring of patients with mental health disorders.

Patients and payers are your two main practice revenue sources. Here's how to collect more for the work you do every day.

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Research reveals reporting discrepancies between primary-care and specialty practices. How can you improve the lines of communication?

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Your patients probably don't care about ICD-10, but there may be situations in which you might want or need to tell them.

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Here are six steps to protect yourself and your practice from malpractice suits stemming from a patient's prescription addiction.

Effective communication is essential for delivering quality patient care and establishing a good relationship. Here are eight tips to help.

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Being angry at a patient isn’t constructive. Instead, use these tips to manage a patient’s unrealistic expectations

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