Associate Editor, Medical Economics and Physician's Practice
Best States to Practice: 5 states with the highest malpractice premiums
You may want to avoid these states if you’re deterred by high malpractice rates.
Care management and financial opportunities from telehealth services
Dr. Janis Coffin, DO, discusses how telehealth has increased the opportunity to manage patients with chronic conditions and how practices can financially benefit from these setups.
Here’s why social media is important to your practice
Social media gives you insight into the needs of your patients. Don't ignore the opportunity to market your practice to specific patient populations.
Best practices for switching to cloud-based documentation
Insights from MGMA’s Medical Practice Excellence Pathways Conference.
Measuring the ROI of patient communications
CMS 2021 Final Rule: What practices can do
Questions to Ask Before Selling Your Practice to a Hospital
Here are nine questions that can help reveal if becoming acquired by a larger system is the right move for you and your practice.
How telehealth adoption has changed over 2020
Dr. Janis Coffin, DO, discusses how she has witnessed telehealth adoption change over the course of the pandemic
A practical approach to work-life balance
From ACP’s 2021 Internal Medicine Meeting
Effectively manage medical practice staff
Three elements of effective staff management that can lead to increased productivity and profitability and happier patients at your practice.
Managing online reputation with a virtual care strategy
How reputation management has been key to attracting more customers for one virtual care program.
Limitations and advantages of telemedicine
From ACP’s 2021 Internal Medicine Meeting.
How to give a great speech
Whether you are presenting a paper at a large conference or addressing a small group of colleagues, here are seven ways to make your next speech memorable.
How one concierge practice adapted to virtual care
How one practice managed the transition to virtual care before the pandemic.
How the healthcare industry is addressing bias
Some of the ways the industry is addressing these issues in medical school and beyond.
Collecting past-due patient balances
Every medical practice will have patients with unpaid balances, but those that have smart collection strategies in place will be better off.
Patient biases can also affect care delivery and outcomes
Patients can hold biases toward physicians in the same way that physicians can be biased in their care delivery.
Conscious vs unconscious bias in physician practices
The difference between a ‘conscious bias’ and an ‘unconscious bias’ and how they are measured.
What biases in medicine means for physicians
What bias means for physician’s everyday work experiences.
Communicating bad news to your patients
Giving bad news is not fun, but as a doctor, it is something you'll have to do from time to time. Here are some tips on how to do it.
Planning for the best RCM strategy in 2021
What practices should be planning for to make the best RCM strategy this year, from David Cohen, chief product and technology officer of Greenway Health.
How to make a great first impression at your medical practice
There's a lot to be said for first impressions. So, when do your new patients form their first impressions of you?
How billing and telehealth services have changed throughout the pandemic
How billing for telehealth services have changed throughout the pandemic.
Benefits and challenges of integrating telehealth with an EHR
The benefits and challenges involved with integrating a telehealth system with an EHR.
Can You Discharge Patients with Unpaid Balances?
A physician asks whether he can legally refuse treatment to a patient with an unpaid balance. Here are five legal considerations.
Integrated telehealth solutions
The concept of integrated telehealth solutions and how this impacts workflows.
Ways to avoid a malpractice suit
Here is a practical guide to minimize liability claims stemming from communication oversights and misunderstandings at your medical practice.
How physicians can stay abreast of new standards of care
How physicians can remain updated with standards of care.
What to expect from point solutions in 2021
Will point solutions continue to emerge, or will there be a widespread consolidation of programs and services?
Ways to play the prior authorization game
Prior authorizations are a pain for physicians. Here are a few things you can do to improve your odds of winning.
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