Diagnose key metrics that can help you track financial issues in your medical practice— and improve profits — before it’s too late.
New study finds how much you make depends on your role and responsibilities — and where you work.
One solo practicioner mulls over what she should or shouldn’t say when sought for a reference check.
As patient responsibility increases, physician practices should consider how they can make it easier for patients to pay their medical bills.
CPAs, management consultants, lawyers – tapping into the right expert help.
Physician practices can use physician relationship management technology to recoup lost revenue and improve patient outcomes.
Although far from perfect, private practices can learn something from the corporate approach to healthcare.
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Substandard care can lead to reduced payments for hospitals with excess readmissions.
It’s easy to be a Negative Nancy, but it’s important for the sake of yourself, your staff and your patients that you focus on the positives to build a better workplace culture.
Year-over-year data found that salaraies are up all around — and you can take that to the bank.
Limited liability companies are a tool that physicians can use to minimize their risk, but only if used appropriately.
Community health information exchanges appear to offer many advantages, including increased revenue for physician practices.
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Physician practices in states with legalized medical marijuana or recreational marijuana need to consider how to draft policies detailing physician usage.