How to deliver team-based care
Non-physician providers can help lighten the load for physicians while improving patient care, practice efficiency, and overall effectiveness.
Simple steps to avoid medical malpractice suits
Five strategies to avoid a malpractice suit no matter where a physician practices medicine.
Why more practices are giving physicians raises
Greater competition for services and other factors are resulting in pay raises-and other benefits-to physicians at many practices.
Bringing Young Docs to Independent Practice
A recent survey indicated 94 percent of final-year medical residents prefer employment over independent practice. Can this be reversed?
Building a Medical Coding Team: In-house vs. Outsourced
Should you hire an in-house coder or outsource? Do you need to hire one at all? Answers to these questions and more.
6 Ways Small Practices Can Thwart Cybercrime
Cybercrime is a threat to even the smallest of practices, here are six ways to prevent criminals from accessing your patients' data.
8 Issues for Physicians to Keep Top of Mind in 2017
What should physicians anticipate in 2017? Experts weigh in on eight issues that will affect the profession this year.
11 Unique Ways to Reward Your Staff for the Holidays
While a monetary bonus is a great way to reward employees for their hard work, it's not always possible. Here are 11 alternatives.
Keeping Medical Practice Overhead Down
In light of rising costs to do business, physicians are looking for ways to cut costs while sustaining quality patient care.
8 Reasons to Become a Primary-Care Physician
Why go into primary care? Physicians and medical students have their own reasons and share with us why it's a viable area of medicine.
8 Things to Know About Joining an ACO
Thinking of joining an ACO and not sure if it's the right fit for your practice? Here are a few things to know before you sign up.
Three Patterns of Self Reflection from Physicians
In a study, physicians were asked to reflect on their communication with patients. Three themes seemed to emerge.
Improving Medical Care through Open-Ended Reflections
Researchers recently discovered that physicians can improve care by looking in the metaphorical mirror through "open-ended reflections."
8 Last-Minute Tax Tips for Physicians
Before filing your taxes on April 18, review these tips to make sure you take advantage of tax breaks and avoid paying penalties.
The Pros and Cons of Switching EHRs
If your practice is wondering whether it should keep or change its EHR system, there are pluses and minuses to each route.
Deciding to Ditch or Detain Your EHR
Is it time to go a new route with your EHR system? Before you decide yes or no, weigh the positives and negatives.
7 Issues Affecting Physicians in 2016
What should physicians look forward to in 2016? Here are seven issues affecting the profession in 2016, according to experts.
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