Use the "knowledge, skills, and attitude" concept when hiring staff at your practice, to ensure you bring the right person aboard.
If you are looking to improve processes at your practice, an effective method for problem improvement is the "5 Whys."
Approximately one in five people suffer from a mental illness in the U.S. It makes sense to address mental health issues in the primary-care setting.
With the increased emphasis on patient satisfaction and quality of care it is helpful to ask yourself if your practice is a patient-focused organization.
By valuing staff members' input and investing in their development, your practice will reap the benefits of increased efficiency and better patient care.
Achieving the principles and goals of lean management will help your practice make a continued commitment to improving patient care.
For practices, managing the change process is critical to success. Start emotionally preparing your team for the ICD-10 transition.
Creating access to quality patient care at a reasonable cost requires a systematic approach that involves both physicians and staff members.
Value-based reimbursement programs have arrived. Physicians can react with frustration or adjust their practices to meet the new metrics for payment.
There is no time like the present to review your patient payment strategy. Here are 11 questions every practice should consider.