Editor of Physicians Practice
MGMA comments on automation of prior authorizations
Automation could ease the burden prior authorizations place on a practice.
The burden of prior authorizations
Prior authorizations continue to top the list of annoyances for physicians.
Practice tip of the week: Six things to never say to a patient
Your weekly dose of wisdom from the Physicians Practice experts.
Practice tip of the week: Why you should know your patient’s behavioral styles
6 Tips to help you keep your cool when things get hot
Avoiding stress is the only way to not get burnt out by the continuing pandemic.
Practice tip of the week: How to remove a negative online review
Practice tip of the week: How clinicians deal with grief
Practice tip of the week: How to ask patients for reviews in person
Worst states for physicians in 2022
The 10 worst states for physicians to practice in, according to a new study by WalletHub.
Top 10 states to practice in
The 10 best states for physicians to practice in, according to a new study by WalletHub.
Practice tip of the week: Humility
Practice tip of the week: How to support LGBTQ+ patients year-round
Practice tip of the week: How to evaluate waiting room furniture
5 Things to Consider When Selling Your Practice
These tips can help you choose the right buyer for your practice.
Practice tip of the week: The basics of incident-to billing
Cleaning around the margins: Getting what you’re owed through proper coding
Proper documentation and taking advantage of new coding designations can ensure practices are getting the most for the care they provide.
Practice tip of the week: How to spot a malicious email
Practice tip of the week: Combatting misinformation
AMA survey finds prior authorizations negatively impacts patients
Prior authorizations are an obvious obstacle for physicians, but it also negatively impacts employers.
Practice tip of the week: How to get the most out of your scribes
What the midterms mean for healthcare
What the midterm elections could mean for healthcare policy this year.
Value-based care this year
What is expected in regard to value-based care this year.
Looking ahead to 2022: A Q&A with Anders Gilberg
A look at what policy changes to expect this year.
What if the pandemic ends this year?
What will happen to regulatory expansions should the COVID-19 pandemic end this year.
The threat of sequestration
Sequestration cuts have been put off for now, but that can change.
What to expect this year
MGMA Senior Vice President for Government Affairs Anders Gilberg walks us through what can be expected this year as far as healthcare policy.
HHS announces more ARP funds for healthcare workforce
More funding has been released to help with healthcare workers mental wellbeing.
How to collect with compassion
Collecting medical debts can be a contentious process, but it doesn't have to be.
7 Common estate planning mistakes to avoid
Avoiding these common mistakes can ensure that your friends and loved ones are taken care of after your death.
What to buy a physician for the holidays in 2021
These gifts will brighten the holidays for any physician.
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