Many practices assume their ancillaries are profitable, yet often lack the systems needed to conduct a proper analysis.
Rather than relying on the confusing reports provided by practice management systems and EHRs, use pivot tables to analyze data with ease and produce meaningful reports.
Activity trackers can provide users with statistics on how active they have been, but the devices are too unreliable to help a physician in an exam room.
Many practices don't address potential ergonomics issues until it's too late and someone has chronic pain or injury. This is a mistake.
Branding is just for companies that create consumer goods like soda and cars? Wrong. Practices need to worry about branding too.
When engaging in new population health initiatives, ensure your practice is properly allocating its staff and expanding strategically.
In part one of a two-part podcast, patient experience consultant William Maples talks to us about the problem with the HCHAPS and CG-CAHPS surveys.
The digital age has brought about a whole new age of medical crowdsourcing. Physicians no longer have to wait for a call back.
Practices are going to have to accept pricing transparency experts say, otherwise they'll get left behind as consumers push this trend forward.
Seven smart investments that physicians say have changed their practices for the better.