Patients want their physicians to take a greater role in healthcare advocacy. Getting involved can empower doctors, too.
Physician practices are facing new obstacles as they try to balance patient care with business priorities. Here are five healthcare trends impacting physician practices today.
Medical practices of all sizes need to pay attention to cybersecurity, but it’s not a one-size-fits-all scenario.
Mothers have a right to breastfeed in public — and in your practice, so find a way to make mothers, other patients and staff comfortable.
Your practice is at risk from the devices right at your very fingertips. Learn how to secure the technology you use to keep your patients healthy.
Add more happiness and balance to your hectic life with these simple suggestions.
A recent False Claims Act settlement and a healthcare fraud takedown in Texas highlight the need for compliance and vigilance.
Storing and accessing patient records can be a big hassle, especially when practices are experiencing a business transition. Learn how to maintain compliance and avoid potential lawsuits.
MIPS reporting is more complex now, but the more you invest in quality improvement, the stronger your outcomes will be.
Don’t be lulled into a false sense of security. Take action to protect your practice and your patients’ data against cyberattacks and data breaches.
Stop relying on Excel spreadsheets and calendar alerts. Improve your credentialing efficiency, accuracy and speed with technology.
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It’s important to spell out the care you deliver patients. It’s equally important to define acceptable and unacceptable treatment from patients.
Social media is a great way to connect with other physicians and patients, but it’s also a platform where you could injure a third party’s reputation or where someone could injure yours. Learn what defamation is and when you might need to seek legal counsel.