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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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The days of relying solely on word of mouth and referrals to grow your business are over. You must put yourself out there.

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More insight and important takeaways for physicians with regards to the final rule around safe harbors for the Anti-Kickback Statute.

Approximately one in five people suffer from a mental illness in the U.S. It makes sense to address mental health issues in the primary-care setting.

A recent hearing by the Senate Finance Committee brought up the possibility the Stark Law could be revamped to something simpler.

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Here are six ways that Dr. Rebecca Fox will market her new practice. She also shares tactics she won't be employing.

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Your practice's physicians may hate filling out those conflict of interest questionnaires, but they are important in complying with the federal Stark Law.

With the drive to consolidate healthcare delivery, physicians are more often required to refer patients to in-network specialists.

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