Worst states for doctors in 2023
The 10 worst states for physicians to practice in, according to a new study by WalletHub.
E/M Level for skin exam
Coding questions answered.
Considerations before buying a practice
Lessons learned from the purchase of a plastic surgery practice.
Reignite your passion for medicine
Physician transformation is possible with concierge medicine.
Practice tip of the week: 3 digital payment trends that healthcare providers need to know
Your weekly dose of wisdom from the Physicians Practice experts.
Healthcare primer on NFTs
Recently, a digital artwork sold for $69.3 million.
Equipment financing for your practice
Rather than expending all your capital up front to buy the equipment, financing allows you to spread payments over time and free up capital for other business expenses.
Online appointment scheduling: A missed chance to boost patient satisfaction
Why providers need to invest more in online scheduling and recommendations on where to start.
Defusing tense situations through psychology
Here's what you should do the next time you experience a patient in a strong emotional state.
Dealing with prior authorization
Prior authorization should, when used, follow a uniform, automated procedure to lessen the load on doctors and health plans
Bullies in your practice
For many in healthcare, words and actions can be harmful, and in some instances can lead to jury awards in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.
4 Key marketing tactics to boost patient acquisition and retention in 2023
It’s time to get smart about your patient acquisition and retention plan to keep your practice thriving during this turbulent time.
Improve communication for better outcomes
Just as small holes in a ship can eventually lead to a catastrophic sinking, small holes in your communication can sink your practice as well.
Take a fresh look at patient engagement
It’s crucial for providers to think of patients as customers and engage with them via the same channels that other businesses use to nurture those valuable relationships.
Practice tip of the week: 6 Benefits of using an electronic visit verification app
The new kid on the block: The Federal Trade Commission and data sharing
Two recent settlements underscore the FTC's status as an enforcement agency with the power to enforce consumers’ rights in relation to their sensitive information.
Keeping staff safe
What to consider and how to proceed when designing workplace violence prevention programs for healthcare facilities.
Third-party risk management critical to protecting against cyberattack
In an increasingly vendor-supported environment, many organizations fail to secure third-party connections.
Concierge medicine vs. direct care: What's the difference?
While there are many similarities between the two models, the differences turn direct care from a curiosity or sideshow to a potentially huge player in the American healthcare marketplace.
CMS approves new group information form under self-referral disclosure protocol
Recently finalized changes to the Self-Referral Disclosure Protocol for physician practices to disclose group practice noncompliance under the Stark Law.
Acting classes may help physicians learn to show empathy
Showing empathy improves patient satisfaction, but not every doctor is naturally good at expressing feelings to patients.
Tips for obtaining quality metrics and easing physician overload
Four changes that can improve the value of quality metrics.
Practice tip of the week: Five tips for improving your practice’s reputation
10 Ways to protect your practice from a data breach
Healthcare records and data contain sensitive information, making them a prime target for cybercriminals. Learn how to protect your practice from a data breach.
Dangers of outsourcing your billing
Risks related to outsourced billing and considerations for mitigating those risks
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