Seven ways to give back as a physician
Whether you have a lot of free time or just a few minutes each day, here are ways your skills can benefit those in need.
Duties to Give to Your Medical Practice Administrator
Are your physicians and staff members juggling too many responsibilities? Your practice administrator may be able to help.
9 team-building activities for your practice
Get your staff motivated to work hard and succeed with these great activities
7 reasons to be happy you’re in primary care
Looking for the positive in the pandemic.
Nine Outrageous Things Patients Say
Here are some of the most outrageous things physicians, administrators, and staff members say they have heard from patients and their family members.
Debating Maintenance of Certification for Physicians
A closer look at the pros and cons of the popular ABMS MOC program, and whether it's worth a doctor's time and money.
Hiring Qualified Healthcare IT Staff
Finding the right kind of IT help to move your practice forward.
Three Advantages of Self-Paced Online ICD-10 Training
Here are some key reasons why medical practices should consider self-paced ICD-10 training for physicians and staff.
What to Look for in Healthcare IT Staff
How to ask the right questions and find the perfect candidate for your practice's healthcare IT needs.
Ten Ways Physicians Can Reduce Stress
Life is short - don't let anxiety keep you from enjoying it.
Social Media Strategies for Your Medical Practice
New to social media or want to improve your presence? Four strategic approaches your medical practice should take.
BYOD and Your Medical Practice
How to ensure patient data and health information is protected when your physicians use their own devices at your medical practice.
Tips for Physicians on Joining and Posting to Twitter
Pediatrician and social media enthusiast Natasha Burgert offers physicians advice on joining and posting to Twitter.
Career Advice Physicians Wish They Received
Doctors get lots of career advice when they're in medical school and in their residencies. But here's the great advice they didn't get - but wish they did.
Smart Technology at Your Medical Practice
These highly sophisticated technology innovations can improve efficiencies at your medical practice.
Crafting a Written Emergency Disaster Plan for Your Medical Practice
Would your medical staff know what to do in the event of a power outage, active-shooter incident, or data breach? An emergency plan is a critical first step.
Preparing Your Medical Practice for Unexpected Emergencies
Here's how to prepare for three of the worst unexpected emergencies: natural disasters, theft, and active-shooter incidents.
What Physicians Should Do When Cut from an Insurer's Network
Here are three initial steps physicians should take if they find themselves on the receiving end of a payer letter indicating they are being dropped from the network.
Etiquette Tips for Medical Practices
Good manners lead to highly satisfied patients. Here are our top 15 etiquette tips for physicians and staff.
Study Says Medicaid Expansion Won't Reduce ER Use
Physicians should still focus on educating new patients, preparing for influx, experts suggest.
Five Tablets Tailored to Physicians' BYOD Security Needs
Here's a look at five of the latest tablets with high-level security features for physicians.
How Physicians Can Help Patients Manage Stress
Stress affects your patients' health, and your practice's outcomes. Here's how to help them.
Five Reasons to Ditch Your EHR
Lost the love for your EHR? How to know when to call it quits.
Going Part Time at Your Medical Practice
An increasing number of physicians are scaling back their hours. Here's how to do it right.
Retraining Retired Physicians to Return to Primary Care, Part Time
A newly launched program promises to help older physicians segue into primary care but work fewer hours, and on their own terms.
Eight Tech Predictions for Medical Practices in 2014
Tech-savvy physicians and health information technology experts to tell us what's to come in 2014.
Top Healthcare Technology Tools and Trends of 2013
Here's a look back on what, technology-wise, made physicians' "hot" lists this year.
Three Critical Considerations When Shopping for a New EHR
Looking for a new EHR? Let physician Joseph Robison offer you advice on how replace your old health IT system for a new one.
Survey Sheds Light on Physician Compensation Challenges for 2014
CareCloud's Physician Profitability Index reveals financial challenges, and how technology can address them.
What the Stage 2 Meaningful Use Extension Means to Physicians
The extension of Stage 2, announced Friday, shouldn't change physicians' attestation plans.
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