Pamela Ograbisz, DNP, FNP-BC


Untangling telehealth billing

Billing for telemedicine services doesn’t have to be overwhelming when you understand a few key concepts and take advantage of your available resources.

Roger Kimura, MD


Primary care is good for more than the heart

How an independent physician managed to lower his patients’ risk of stroke, heart disease, and other life-threatening conditions.

Todd Haedrich


New technologies must address healthcare’s “people” problem

Technology can be the key to battling staffing shortages and burnout.

Justin C. Danilewitz


HHS-OIG releases Medicaid Fraud Control Units 2022 annual report

The Report highlights the important role of MFCUs in investigating and prosecuting Medicaid provider fraud, patient abuse, and neglect, and the results of the MFCUs’ work, including in obtaining healthcare fraud criminal convictions, exclusions from federal programs, and civil settlements and recoveries.

Ashley Mitek


Tech innovation can mitigate physician burnout

When used appropriately, technology can be a powerful tool for alleviating stress.

Will Mowe


Making the most out of limited staff resources and optimizing bottom-line performance with effective intelligence

A first-hand look at how data analytics and workflow automation transformed revenue cycle for Rebound Orthopedics and Neurosurgery

Michael Casamassa
Michael Casamassa


How your practice can thrive in a patient-centric health care landscape

For many clinicians, consumerism is a concept that is not very tangible, so practitioners may not know how to fight something that they cannot see, feel, or touch.

Elizabeth Klucher Reynolds, Esq.


New Year’s resolutions: Updating your estate plan for physicians

Consider starting the year right by updating your estate plan.

Amanda Hansen
Amanda Hansen


Chronic disease management: From paper records to EHRs, it remains a practice struggle

Patients with chronic illnesses are some of the most complex and costly cases practices can face, but lessons from the paper-record era show that EHRs can be of great benefit.

Scott Farmer


Mapping your patient experience

A great patient access experience is made up of several factors implemented consistently across the board.

Clifford Bleustein, MD, MBA


Improving the elective surgery backlog caused by the pandemic

We can close the elective surgery backlog, but it will require the healthcare industry to embrace new technologies and innovation.

Veko Vahamaki, D.O.


How physicians can address burnout

Overcoming the complicated burden with a personal path to recovery.

Victor Siclovan


Leveraging digital and policy tools to address the COVID-19 Behavioral Health Crisis

An estimated 56 percent of adults report the pandemic has negatively impacted their mental health.

Christine Cooper


No Surprise Act – The best compliant, strategic approach for employer-sponsored health plan administrators

Transparency is expected to add to medical cost inflation by prompting both in-network and out-of-network providers to increase charges.

Dhiren Patel, PharmD
Dhiren Patel, PharmD


Food security is the missing link in managing chronic conditions

A healthful diet can help people diagnosed with chronic conditions manage their diseases and prevent complications.

Michael F. Myers, MD


Fostering wellbeing in your practice

Michael Myers, MD, discusses how to foster a better work environment for physicians.

Renee Lockey, MD


Serving as a physician leader

Four tips for practicing physicians.

Tammy Graves


Clinical Workforce Engagement: Reducing clinician burnout

If your healthcare organization is serious about retaining and attracting clinicians in the long term, now is the time to take action.

Bob Dupuis


HITRUST CSF Certification: Why it’s important and what it means for physician practices

How this certification ensures the highest levels of technology security.

Grant Fields


Streamlining credentialing to boost provider satisfaction, patient access

Inefficient provider credentialing processes, credentialing mistakes that increase costs, and lengthy onboarding procedures are just some of the hurdles to hiring healthcare staff.

Patrick McGill, MD, EVP


Advancing tech goals with physician buy-in

Low-hanging administrative tasks prevent physicians from working at “the top of their license” and aggravate burnout.

Stephanie Stephens


How to fire an employee

No one likes to fire an employee, but if someone is dragging down the practice, it’s time to make a change.

Jacob Corlyon


Why the process of collection outreach matters

Well-documented processes, as well as a properly trained staff are critical for success

Vinod Nair, MD


6 Ways to protect cardiology practices from breaches

Healthcare has been a big target for hackers.

Meghan McManama, DNP, DipACLM


Treating the whole person can reduce disparities and drive patient trust

As we continue to face the COVID-19 pandemic and its long-term consequences, it is more important than ever for providers to build trust with patients.

Grace Halsey


Omicron variant: What we know now

The known facts about the new COVID-19 variant.

Julie C. Servoss, MD, MPH


3 Tools to optimize patient engagement in private practice

Adopting the right technology can help allocate or reallocate time from physicians and staff to focus on patient engagement and satisfaction.

Pat Edmonds


Bending the healthcare cost curve in spite of the crisis

A model for re-focusing on the value stream through your existing resource pool.

Ethan Lazarus, MD, FOMA


Going the extra mile to make patients feel welcome

Making patients feel secure and cared for is what we strive for every day.

Raghunathan Rajagopalan FLMI, AAPA, ARA™, ACS, CLTC®


Four considerations for physician disability policies

Protecting the investment you’ve made in your career and your ability to earn income is essential.

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