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New: The 2016 Tech Report

Physicians Practice has released the first ever Tech Report, featuring the complete results to our annual Technology Survey and other tech-based content for readers. This report is a must-read for the tech-minded physician or practice manager.

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Many practices don't address potential ergonomics issues until it's too late and someone has chronic pain or injury. This is a mistake.

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You don't have to be a TV doctor to effectively reach a potential audience on Twitter, says new research on doctors using the social media platform.

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Even though his practice is doing well in an underserved area of Georgia, this family medicine doctor still may have to sell it.

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What will have the most impact on practice management this year? Experts offer their various predictions for the year ahead.

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Advances in technology are making creating an integrated and seamless physician workflow more feasible than ever.

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Practices need to focus their tech brain trust on potential developments in security compliance, mobile and more, in the coming year.

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In clinical work, physicians are used to making quick decisions. When it comes to practice management, you must take your time and evaluate options.

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