Staffing Right for Population Health in Small Practices
When engaging in new population health initiatives, ensure your practice is properly allocating its staff and expanding strategically.
Tech-enabled Population Health at Small Practices is Complex
Find the tech solutions that are correct for your practice's patients and don't get lured by the fanciest gadgets and apps, say experts.
Preventing Medical Liability through EHR Missteps
Practices have to take responsibility for potential liability issues surrounding use of the EHR. Not doing so can have disastrous consequences.
Protecting Your Practice and Patients from Cyberattacks
Healthcare cyberattacks can put your patients and medical practice at risk. The good news is there are both high-tech and no-tech means to be safe.
Empowering Patients with Health Navigators
The combination of high-tech and “high-touch” patient advisors can not only improve health outcomes, but produce a return on investment.
Population Health Driven by Technology in Delaware
Christiana Care Health System has relied on health IT tools, care coordinators, and stakeholder buy-in to drive its care management success.
HIPAA Vulnerabilities Come from a Lack of Perception
When it comes to HIPAA, one security expert says most healthcare organizations incorrectly assume they're doing enough to secure PHI.
Creating a Culture of Honor at Your Practice
Building a strong and productive culture at the intersection of technology and operations is vital to a healthcare organization's success.
Providers, Change Your Approach to Patient Relationships
By taking a different approach, providers have an opportunity to transform patient engagement, while greatly improving care and lowering costs.
Top 11 Reasons to Switch to Direct Primary Care
Staying independent is an ongoing challenge. Here are a few reasons more clinicians are making the switch to direct primary or concierge care.
Innovative Ways for Small Practices to Invest in Tech
Even with potential meaningful use incentives from the government, small practices have to get creative with tech investments.
Docs Must Evaluate New Technology’s Security Risks
It’s important to not cut corners when assessing the cost of a new technology and forget about its potential security threats.
Nine Ways to Reward Your Medical Practice Staff
Invigorate and reenergize your practice for the home stretch in 2015. Here are a few ideas to consider.
Ten Interview Questions to Ask for the Best Medical Staff
Building the best support staff for a medical practice is no easy feat. Here are 10 questions to ask to find the right employees for long-term success.
Ten Apps Physicians Should Start Using Now
If you're not sure which apps are best for you to download, here are 10 top picks from healthcare professionals.
Ten Reasons Physicians Should Unplug from Technology
There are many good reasons physicians should build tech-free time into their busy schedules.
Ten Ways to Convince Patients to Use the Patient Portal
It can be challenging to convince patients to sign up for and actively use your medical practice's patient portal. Here are 10 tips from experts.
Participation in EHR Donation Program Requires Due Diligence
EHRs can be expensive for small practices. But a stipulation of the Stark Law allows a hospital to donate funds and partner with you for meaningful use.
Effective Physician Onboarding Saves Time, Money
Welcoming a new physician to your practice goes beyond credentialing and orientation. It also includes marketing, integration into the team, and mentoring.
Nontraditional Suggestions for a Productive Practice
Practice managers often fall in to common office habits, but going against conventional practice may result in a better office culture and cost savings.
Using Point of Care Registries to Manage High-Risk Patients
In order to get patients the care they need when they need it, consider a risk-stratified care management system tied to point of care registries.
Patient Communication Preferences Vital in Care Compliance
What you communicate to patients should also consider how you reach them. And with the variety of messaging available, there is also varying patient preference.
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