What happened when eight physicians bought their practice from an IPA
A robust network of peers, colleagues, and other contacts can put the heat on a career
Medicine has a very high incidence of embezzlement. Here's how to protect yourself.
Many practices using telephony applications report that the payoffs can be greater than expected
How to be great expert witness
Practices are becoming increasingly empowered to negotiate their health plan contracts
What physicians do wrong and do right when applying for a new position
An overview of Stark II requirements
Consider switching to an “eat-what-you-kill” compensation plan, grounded on activity-based cost accounting
More practices are doing internal audits to catch small mistakes before they turn into big problems
How to manage e-mail from patients
Generational conflict is a fact of life in medical groups. But can the ideals of different generations be closer than everyone thinks?
Pointers on negotiating, preparing, and getting along as a young physician
Group appointments -- 10 to 16 patients meeting at a time -- improve patient access without adding resources
How to defend yourself in a malpractice case