Nine Healthcare Changes I Hope to See in 2015
A new year yields new resolutions. Here are my personal goals for change in 2015, as well as how I hope the healthcare system will change.
Higher Health Insurance Rates for Unhealthy Lifestyles?
At what point should an individual take responsibility for his health, and should there be a financial incentive/disincentive to influence that lifestyle?
Health Reform Will Continue Despite Republican Victories
I believe that the Republican victories during the midterm elections will have little effect on the future of Obamacare. Here's why.
When Technology Prevents Great Patient Care
Recent news articles reveal how physician over-reliance on technology is getting in the way of patient care.
Eight Signs of Great Medical Practice Teamwork
If your medical practice staff members aren't doing these eight things, it's time to make teamwork a bigger priority.
Collection Tips: Copays, Deductibles, and No-shows
A practice administrator shares his approach to collecting patient copays, deductibles, and payment for canceled or missed appointments.
Improving U.S. Healthcare:16 Changes I would Make
If someone gave me a magic wand and asked me to change the landscape of the U.S. healthcare system here's what I would do.
When Patients Ask How Much Care Costs
Healthcare pricing throughout the United States is inconsistent, with no national norm to quantify cost or measure quality.
The Benefits and Limits of Technology in Medical Practices
Patient portals and telemedicine can improve efficiency and patient access to care, but in-person interaction with providers should always be a top priority.
A Medical Practice's Best, and Often Overlooked, Patient Retention Tool
A former boss once said to me, “Medicine is all about the docs.” Indeed it is, but the staff that supports the docs determines how patients feel about the practice.
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