Many practices are running on razor-sharp margins. That puts them at a distinct disadvantage when it comes to dealing with payer-generated work.
Physicians feel at a distinct disadvantage when it comes to working with payers.
To stay solvent, practices will need to work smarter and refine staff roles so that all employees are working to the top of their license.
NPs and PAs can bring a number of strengths to the table; in particular a focus on patient education, care coordination, and wellness promotion.
Physician assistants are educated in a collaborative approach to improve coordination of care and patient outcomes.
Using technology to harvest and integrate patient data into the EHR is an efficient means of saving provider time, and engaging patients in their care.
Physicians are not the only ones who have difficulties with payers. Patients are being challenged with more restrictive coverage.
Payer rules are complex and constantly change, making them difficult to follow. Here's what your medical practice should watch out for.
Here are eight simple tips from practice management experts to collect more of the money your practice is owed by patients and payers.
Benefits are an important part of employee compensation. But, they also bring value to your practice in terms of attracting and keeping quality staff.