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Etiquette Tips for Medical Practices

To ensure you are practicing great etiquette at your practice, we assembled 15 tips.

#1. Introduce yourself — even if you are wearing a name tag, even if you are the third or fourth person to see patients during their visits, and even if they might never see you again or remember your name.

See more of our tips.

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Patients have smartphones. Physicians have information about health and well-being. So logically, using mobile health technology can provide better connections.

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.

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.

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.

As displayed in Dallas, you can't expect EHRs to interoperate when they can't even intra-operate in their current structure.

Robert M. Tennant of the MGMA explores how to keep patient interactions at your medical practice HIPAA compliant.

Experts may recommend allotting a percentage of revenue for marketing efforts. But customizing a marketing plan may be a better fit for most practices.

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