Many practices assume their ancillaries are profitable, yet often lack the systems needed to conduct a proper analysis.
Physicians must take action and try to get paid accurately for their services.
We need people to maximize their thinking at work, but there are numerous aspects of the workplace that inhibit thinking. Fortunately, brain science can shed some light onto why this occurs.
There are ebbs and flows in medical practice volume that are connected to predictable events. If we plan for them, we can make the most of the seasons financially – and serve patients better, too.
Rather than relying on the confusing reports provided by practice management systems and EHRs, use pivot tables to analyze data with ease and produce meaningful reports.
Here is what you need to know about establishing a medication dispensing service at your practice.
Referrals are key to growing a medical practice and increasing revenue. Here are five ways a practice can build its referral network.
Looking for a way to help yourself and your staff be more productive? Look no further than these five steps.
Here are five reasons why CMS’s proposed Physician Fee Schedule for Evaluation and Management guidelines might improve patient care.
It’s no surprise that the digital native generation has different communication and interaction preferences. Here are five ways primary care practices can engage millennial patients.