Six Ways Independent Physicians Can Stay Independent
I recommend that physicians think long and hard before selling to hospitals. In the meantime, here are a few steps they can take to maintain their independence.
What if EHRs Were Designed like iPhones?
Imagine an EHR that is put together to work, not just to meet meaningful use (or as I like to say, meaningless) regulations.
Obtaining Prior Authorization: 3 Success Strategies
I have a 95 percent success rate when attempting to gain “approval” for medically needed testing. Here are some of my success strategies.
Physicians: Don't Forget Common Courtesy in Your Medical Practice
Over the years, I have found that a common problem in healthcare teams is not the content of the communication shared with patients and staff but how it is presented.
The Problem with ACOs: No Incentive for Patients
Though more and more accountable care organizations are cropping up across the country, I don't believe they will be effective. Here's why.
Five Ways to Help Lead Your Medical Practice through a Challenging Time
Recently we suffered a multi-part network crash at our medical practice. Here are some of the lessons I learned while helping my practice deal with the disaster.
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