Fraud happens ― to the tune of $994 billion dollars annually in the United States. Perhaps it is time to take a look at your medical practice and decide how to avoid becoming part of that total.
Keith L. Martin
An aging global population means that healthcare needs to shift the way it looks at ― and the location of ― patient care. And technology can help.
Defining quality in healthcare is an ongoing process, but understanding and managing processes to deliver predictable outcomes can be a key element, says one expert.
John Torres with Texas-based FTGU Medical Consulting discusses revenue strategies and cost containment.
Cory Sevin discusses the main characteristics of a change agent, key steps to take in leading change at a practice, and how to mitigate any adverse reaction to shifts in your office.
Sam Romeo with the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care gives some historical perspective on the patient-centered medical home and factors to consider in transitioning to this model.
If you are looking for the latest and greatest practice management news from this year’s MGMA11 Conference, we’ve got you covered.
Looking for the keys to job satisfaction for your employees? Look no further than autonomy, action, and assessment.
No doubt salaries are important, but are you paying the right people today and will you have the right mix in the coming years? The experts weigh in.
Whether planned or unplanned, a physician's departure from your practice will definitely have an impact, so be prepared.