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Fiercely Independent

Small, independent medical practices are struggling to thrive alongside larger networks; here's what they can do about it.

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Meaningful use and narrow networks are forcing small practices to rethink the way they refer patients. Two practices have gone digital.

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A recent case alleges one lab paid physicians improper fees to use their services. Make sure the same isn't happening at your practice.

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How can you tell if the therapist to whom you refer patients is the right fit? Here are four metrics to consider.

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If you have federal health plan patient, you need to pay careful attention to the rules of the Stark Law and the federal Anti-Kickback Statute.

No matter how you choose to communicate — view every single message you deliver as a piece of formal correspondence that will live on in perpetuity.

If your medical practice is concerned about patients' retail clinic use, you may want to consider sharing these recommendations with your patients.

Two physicians share their insight regarding the quality of care patients receive in retail-based clinics.

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