5 ways to reengage patients in the COVID19 era

July 31, 2020

It is critical to provide crystal clear communications along every step, including where they should park and how to check-in upon arrival.

Telemedicine may pose new threats for physician burnout

July 31, 2020

Until we learn how to take advantage of the benefits, and manage the challenges of telemedicine, it will be anxiety-provoking.

Backstage Support Heroes: Gratitude for those working magic behind the scenes

July 30, 2020

Rapid credentializations have allowed healthcare professionals to practice across multiple states during the pandemic.

Negotiating with a major competing hospital

July 29, 2020

You don’t have to be locked in combat with a hospital; in many instances, it can be beneficial for independent physician groups and hospitals to work together.

PPE composition: Variations matter

July 29, 2020

Not all PPE materials are created equal and compensation will change how you use this equipment in your workplace.

How physicians can manage burnout with less time

July 29, 2020

Mindfulness and mind-body practices are very important for building a resilience to burnout.

Covid-19 Legal Risks: Requiring masks at your practice

July 28, 2020

To avoid potential conflict, patients should be provided advance notice of your policy to avoid surprise and embarrassment.

Masks and Your Practice: Policies that work, set expectations, and reduce conflict

July 28, 2020

Mask policies that may increase compliance and reduce risk and conflict.

Reopening elective surgeries after COVID19

July 28, 2020

As you map out your practice's reopening plan, it’s important that it continues to prioritize patient care.

Coronavirus vaccine: MJH to hold free webinar

July 28, 2020

A trio of experts will discuss the prospects of a handful of COVID-19 vaccine candidates which are entering phase 3 trials.