Recent tax reforms cleared the way for individuals and families to continue to support the causes they believe in while still potentially minimizing their taxes
Finding and retaining qualified office staff can be challenging for physician practices
Questions you should ask yourself as you think about the future for yourself and your practice.
A medical board complaint can be just as serious as a malpractice lawsuit. A defense attorney advises on how to respond to medical board complaints, and we list some common mistakes physicians must avoid.
Working in collaboration with physicians, certified PAs provide a continued and expanded commitment to team-based practice in medicine
Just like your patient's vitals provide you with metrics for treatment plans, financial reports provide you with metrics on the "health" of your practice.
While technology has enhanced care, it has also presented us with new challenges. Take a look at five important HealthTech take-aways from 2019 and how they will help change our industry in the coming year.
Don’t fall victim to a tax reduction scam targeting physicians
For most physicians, EHRs are no longer optional. Even though they are challenging, EHRs are not impossible to use.
Divorce mistakes can adversely affect the physician and his or her medical practice
Compensation formulas based on productivity can become a major source of friction between physician and employer when termination occurs
A practice breakup should be a last resort. Try these techniques first.
Greater connectivity at the point of care is important for realizing better care experiences and outcomes
Follow these steps if you receive a CID
Cannabis is still a touchy subject for medical professionals. As a result, it can be intimidating for patients to ask for information.