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Conflict between medical practice staff can devastate a practice. Here's how to prevent and/or deal with it appropriately.
Healthcare Scope of Practice Debates Continue
Scope of practice for nurse practitioners and physician assistants is changing. Here's what physicians should know.
New Patient Policies Take Time to Work
In theory, prioritizing patients was great. In practice, however, it ran into three obstacles, namely patients, my staff, and referring physicians.
The Deep-Rooted Link Between PAs and the Military
The PA profession has evolved significantly since 1967, but the influence of our military brethren and the debt of honor we owe them is not forgotten.
Three Tips to Reboot, and Not Replace, Your EHR
If your practice is not getting the most out of its EHR, here are three tips to get your vendor to make it right.
Revitalizing Medical Practice Revenue Streams
Physician compensation wasn't stellar last year, but don't give up. There are plenty of ways to jump-start your practice operations to maximize what you've got.
New Roles for Advanced Practitioners, Locum Tenens
As more patients gain insurance, locum tenens providers and advanced practitioners are gaining prominence.
Three Tips for Successful EHR Training
Take training seriously at your practice and you may find that you have a much happier relationship with your EHR system.
How Physicians Can Improve Relations with Managers
Here are three tips to how physicians can improve relationships with their practice management teams from expert Charlie Hauck.
HIPAA and Patient Interactions
Robert M. Tennant of the MGMA explores how to keep patient interactions at your medical practice HIPAA compliant.
Resolving Conflict among Medical Practice Staff
Consultant Charlie Hauck provides five key components for practices to resolve conflict when it occurs and try to reduce it from happening in the first place.
ICD-10: From Politics to Preparation
Sue Bowman of AHIMA discusses how ICD-10 got delayed, the true cost of waiting one year for implementation, and how to get your practice prepared.
Don't Call PAs Midlevel Providers
From nonphysician providers to advanced practitioners, PAs are referred to in many ways. Here's what one PA says is the appropriate terminology.
The Changing Nature of the Physician Assistant Workforce
John McGinnity, president of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, shares how PA practice is changing, and how physicians and practices should adapt.
Making Your Medical Practice Safe for Patients and Staff
Michael O'Connell of Marymount Hospital in Ohio discusses key steps your medical practice can take to ensure a safe environment for patients and staff.
Finding a Great Marketer for Your Medical Practice
How a marketer could help your practice make big profits in 2012, and how to find a great one.
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