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What happens when hackers can get into your system, but you can’t.
Primary care physicians can help fight the opioid epidemic by offering medication assisted treatment.
Patient rapport managers strengthen relationships between physicians and patients
Questions you should ask yourself as you think about the future for yourself and your practice.
What you need to know to protect your personal and practice assets.
As summer draws to a close, take stock of your career and make sure you are living the life you want.
Seeing patients and their relatives creates additional HIPAA considerations but ultimately improves patient care.
You need to promote your practice, but you also need to get the word out in a way that is also legal.
Payers don’t dole out equal pay for equal work, so it benefits your physician practice to understand who pays what (so you can negotiate more).
If you find yourself growling, scowling or about to explode, try these tactics to improve your mood and (keep your cool).
Even if retirement is a few years down the road, it’s important to work with a financial adviser to discuss where you want to go, what you want to do and how much money you need to make those plans a reality.
Recent clarifications on HIPAA liability underscore the importance of maintaining protected health information and taking precautions when working with third parties.
Millennials and Generation Z are leading the charge, but everyone benefits when they can choose how they communicate with their physician.
In the eyes of the law, prescribing opioids for patients with chronic pain means upholding ethical standards of professional conduct, not following a checklist.