Nailing Down Hiring and Retaining Staff at Your Practice
Use the "knowledge, skills, and attitude" concept when hiring staff at your practice, to ensure you bring the right person aboard.
Ensure Emergency Access for Your Practice's IT Systems
If your IT person leaves your practice, you need to be prepared to take over his duties and ensure things continue to run smoothly.
4 Reasons for a Physician Rights & Responsibilities Document
Developing this kind of document can let physicians know what expectations your practice has of them.
Tips for Evaluating Your Practice Manager or Administrator
Avoid a misfire when bringing on a new practice manager. Here are some ways to evaluate them and make sure they are making the right moves.
Transitional Care Management: Coding and Documentation in Brief
Everything you want to know about coding a transitional care management encounter, including what services are included.
Sourcing Public and Private Grants for Your Practice
Patient visits aren't the only source of revenue for your practice, there are federal and private grants. Here's how to obtain one.
Direct Messaging: How to Use This Service
Direct Messaging is a way for providers to securely exchange patient data. Here's a primer on how you can use the technology.
13 Red Flags Your Pain Patient is a Drug Seeker
While prescription registries have made it easier to track down drug seekers, they are not foolproof. Here are red flags you should be looking out for.
7 Things Your Practice's Governance Agreement Must Include
A governance agreement is necessary for practices with two physicians or 200 physicians. Here are the seven essentials of one.
6 Considerations for Outsourcing at Your Medical Practice
Outsourcing can allow practice staff and physicians to focus on what they do best. But you have to make sure it's the best decision for your practice.
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