Social media usage by physicians is at an all-time high, but it brings new risks with it
Physicians’ opinions on social issues and their role in advocacy are as varied as opinions across any other group of Americans that spans the width of the nation.
But what does that mean when it comes to advocacy?
Working with Millennial and Gen Z employees is only a headache if biases get in the way of good communication
The annual conference of the Medical Group Management Association kicked off October 13 with a speech by Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy
Are people are actually taking effective action to address the problem of burnout?
Why engaging patients means getting buy-in from physicians
Helping your patients avoid sticker shock can benefit your practice — but sharing your rates is not as simple as it sounds.
One aspect of the practice of medicine that I struggle with is how much of my own experiences to share with patients.
Government agencies issue additional warnings about connected medical devices and Select communication software
Medical device and communication software continue to be an area of interest for federal government agencies.
Running a medical practice means being ready for the unexpected
Tips for physicians to reduce their tax liability and improve their lifetime income stream
Prosecutors have gotten aggressive in their use of the Travel Act to pursue physicians and other providers for fraud, including those paid by private insurers.
Here are some helpful strategies to ensure your practice gets paid on time.
Precision medicine is still in its early stages, but it already has the power to disrupt your practice. Here are five considerations for when and how to add genomics and precision medicine
Four reasons why data is important whether you’re a practice owner or employed physician — and four ways to incorporate data into the selection of drugs and devices for patients.