Reducing medical practice embezzlement risk with cash controls
Front-desk embezzlement schemes are typically the result of loose collection protocols and minimal oversight. Don't be caught lacking
Five mistakes doctors make that can cause big problems
What to avoid, from cash controls to ignoring vital information.
7 things to do to start your 2020 planning
Don’t leave the management and growth of your practice up to chance
4 reasons you should prepare a physician rights and responsibilities document
7 things to include in your practice's governance agreement
How to build a robust governance agreement that can help your practice weather any storm.
Selling your practice? Clean up the coding first.
If you don’t identify the coding issues, know that your potential buyer will.
Assess whether acquisition makes sense for your practice
Five questions managers and physicians should ask and answer before jumping into acquisition.
7 Things to Consider When Retiring from Practice
Most physicians realize they can't just up and retire, but how exactly do you prepare for life after medicine?
5 Self-Assessment Questions Every Older Doctor Should Ask
Are you an older physician considering transitioning your practice to a new owner and/or retiring? Ask these five questions.
4 Reasons for a Physician Rights & Responsibilities Document
Developing this kind of document can let physicians know what expectations your practice has of them.
7 Things Your Practice's Governance Agreement Must Include
A governance agreement is necessary for practices with two physicians or 200 physicians. Here are the seven essentials of one.
Five Often-Overlooked Areas of Medical Practice Risk
Physicians are first concerned with treating patients. But they are also business owners. It is a mistake not to review potential areas of risk.
8 Great Hiring Questions for Medical Staff
Great interview questions go beyond just asking about skill sets and previous job tasks. Here are eight that can single out stellar candidates.
8 Things Your Medical Billing Service Should Do
A good vendor does more than just submit claims and hope for the best. Here are eight things you should expect from your medical billing service.
Six Ways Physicians Can Build a Great Online Reputation
Patients nowadays will most likely search for a new physician online. Here's how to make sure they find great results about you and your practice.
Maximize Your Practice Management System
Do you find your front-desk staff creating extra work for themselves when it comes to patient registration? Here are five ways technology can help.
Reduce Medical Practice Embezzlement Risk by Implementing Cash Controls
Front-desk embezzlement schemes are typically the result of loose collection protocols and minimal oversight. Don't be caught lacking.
Upcoding: Is Your EHR Putting You at Risk?
As anti-fraud efforts step up, there's little doubt that the OIG will be looking at your practice. Make sure your patient records accurately reflect physician services.
How to Reduce No-Show Patients at Your Medical Practice
Many practices fail to appreciate the enormous value of strategic scheduling: a full schedule means a full day of revenue. Because even one missed patient makes a difference, we show you how to stack the deck in your favor.
Can That Applicant Do the Job at Your Medical Practice?
Tips for testing job skills - before you hire.
Outsourcing Your Billing
Outsourcing billing operations can be a relief to a frazzled practice. But you need to do it right; after all, your practice’s revenue is at stake.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Look Out for Hidden Fees
If you accept credit cards, and you should, you’ll want to be aware of these hidden fees that card processors charge.
How Do You Rate Online?
Word of mouth -- always a powerful part of physician practice marketing -- is now louder and more important than ever, thanks to physician ratings Web sites and Internet-savvy, post-Boomer generation of patients.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Hire Right
You don’t need an expensive recruiter’s help to make good hiring decisions. Let’s look at the basics.
Staff Training on a Shoestring
The keys to training new employees inexpensively are planning, organization, and maximizing existing resources.
The Best Company For the Job
Billing companies often try to convince physicians that outsourcing their billing is the only way to go. But, rest assured nothing is perfect.
Look Out for Hidden Fees
In today's economy, there is increasing pressure to offer patients every possible method of making payment.
Use One for the Money
With the current economic downturn, expect your accounts receivable to increase -- maybe dramatically.
Terminate the Right Way
“Termination” is an ugly word, and firing employees is awkward and painful for everyone involved.
Prescreening Interviews Made Easy
You want to make a good hiring decision without resorting to an expensive recruiter's help.
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