Practice tip of the week: Medical Marketing: Do’s
Your weekly dose of wisdom from the Physicians Practice experts.
What you need to know to close your practice
Follow these general guidelines to minimize the effects on your patients
Remedying the doctor shortage with the J-1 visa waiver
What is Conrad 30 and how can it help your state?
Logistics, marketing, and your direct care practice
Focusing on details like hiring, supplying and marketing for your practice are key.
Coding: Preventive counseling with evaluation and management
Your coding questions answered.
How to recruit quality staff
Medical practices must go beyond simply offering competitive salaries and benefits packages to attract new talent and keep their best clinicians and administrative staff working for them.
Back to the basics: Post-pandemic enforcement of coding compliance issues
To minimize potential liability for coding compliance issues, providers should go back to the basics, and familiarize themselves with high-risk areas for coding and billing audits and enforcement.
Helping patients catch up on preventative care
Doctors need to address patients’ worries about costs.
Introduction to medical practice valuations
One thing that can help you on your path to selling your practice is to understand some of the basic tenants of practice valuation.
7 Tips for easing patient collections in your medical practice
Collecting money from patients is an ongoing challenge that has only worsened with high-deductible health plans.
Practice tip of the week: Medical Marketing: Don’ts
Value-based care and the fight against burnout
Incentivizing doctors based on patient outcomes rather than volume alleviates many causes of burnout.
Want to improve patient care? Here’s how medical coding automation helps
What if both caring and coding could work together synergistically?
Ways to improve the older patient experience
How to take steps to boost the experience for this group of patients.
HIPAA, privacy, and noodle salad
Congress and HHS appreciate that every patient’s life does not consist of “good time, noodle salad.”
Fixing the patient satisfaction problem
Health care ultimately must be about customer care.
Coding drug therapy requiring intensive monitoring
The keys to reducing violence in health care settings
Learning to manage emotions and recognize needs of others lessens the tension that causes aggressive behavior.
The leading topics healthcare leaders should be talking about
It's critical that the conversations healthcare leaders have about the current state of the industry evolve.
How primary care can survive
Primary care is inefficient, inconvenient, and often inaccessible, optimized neither for patient experience nor positive outcomes.
Practice tip of the week: Four ways an EHR can improve patient engagement
Common compliance mistakes doctors make (and how to prevent them)
Regulators have better things to do than come after small practices, right? Wrong.
Top 7 ways to increase your organization’s online presence
Online presence s the digital footprint that a person or business has established through various online channels.
Messy moments: Everyone sniping
Calming discord in your practice.
Social determinants of health: The key to better compliance
You truly have to walk a mile in a patient’s shoes to find out the true barriers to improving their well-being.
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