Here are four ways practice owners and administrators can ensure temporary employees are successful.
You need to keep tabs on how you’re viewed online, even if you’re not actively marketing for growth.
Physicians could lose money or other assets if they follow this insurance and liability advice from the so-called experts.
Cognitive screenings are part of Medicare’s Annual Wellness Visit. But what’s the best way for physicians to empower patients on the subject of brain health?
It’s good to seek professional help and try coping strategies when you’re feeling burned out. But if those don’t work, then it might be time to consider prioritizing yourself and walking away from your job.
Advice on attracting and retaining younger talent.
A recent HIPAA fine and HHS’s healthcare app guidance underscore the importance of conducting risk analyses to protect personal health information.
When it comes to cognitive decline, primary care physicians are the front lines of detection and patient education.
If you're getting paid in work RVUS, then you need to understand what you’re being paid for and how to calculate your compensation.
Physician Melissa Young shares two patient encounters that remind her of her primary role: to care for and comfort others.
Coding expert Bill Dacey clears up some confusion about split billing and combination visits.
Change isn't easy, but the following tips can help you guide your organization or practice through any transition.
The dream of expanding your practice can be a reality—if you plan carefully.
What diseases are your patients most concerned about? To determine each state’s most googled disease, TermLife2Go.com cross-referenced the top diseases with national Google Trends data.
Physicians can use the following tips to facilitate frank, honest, and productive conversations about sexually transmitted infections with patients.