Celebrating a century of physician excellence with Medical Economics 100
What's inside the Medical Economics 100th anniversary issue.
Take the Medical Economics burnout survey and tell them how you feel
The 2023 Physician Burnout and Wellness survey is now live
Should you switch to concierge medicine?
A conversation with two doctors who have gone the concierge route.
The 94th Physician Report is here: Take the survey
The annual survey provides physicians with accurate data on salary trends, productivity, malpractice rates, and more.
Easing the transition to value-based care through EHR
Although value-based payment models offer several advantages compared with fee-for-service models, practices are sometimes reluctant to try them due to concerns about the additional documentation and workflow changes they require.
Take the Medical Economics 2022 physician burnout survey
The quick survey will help address the challenges physicians are facing.
It's your last chance to sign up for the Summer Boot Camp
This is your last chance to sign up to learn strategies that will take your practice to the next level.
Summer Boot Camp: Business lessons for doctors
Join us to master strategies that will take your practice to the next level.
8 Patient Collection Mistakes to Avoid
Medical practices are struggling to collect patient accounts while honoring payer contracts. Here's what not to do.
2018 Physician Compensation Survey report
What steps have physicians taken to boost revenue at their practices? Physicians Practice's annual compensation survey answers this question and more.
2018 Staff Salary Survey: regional results
See how your practice’s staff salaries compare with your region and other areas of the country.
2018 Staff Salary Survey: national results
Looking to see if your staff salaries are in line with national benchmarks? View our national data on key positions in medical practices broken out by years of experience.
2018 Mobile Health Survey Results
Mobile is in as three out of four practices saying they use mobile health (mHealth) in their practice on a weekly basis.
Why Primary Care is a Good Second Career
In the last of a three-part interview series, the Dean of the Frank H. Netter M.D. School of Medicine talks about primary care being a second career option.
Top Practice Management Tips of 2017
Readers' favorite practice management "Pearls" articles from the past year to help improve their practices.
Creating Interest in Primary Care for Med Students
Medical schools are having a hard time getting students to go into primary care. One school is trying to reverse this trend.
Recruiting the Primary-Care Physicians of Tomorrow
Why is Quinnipiac University's Frank H. Netter M.D. School of Medicine focused on training primary-care physicians? The founding Dean explains more.
Healthcare Providers Share Their Holiday Wish List
We asked members of our advisory board to share their wishes for this holiday season. Here's what they had to say.
MACRA's Effect on Physician Reimbursement an Uncertainty
The Physicians Practice Compensation Survey explores the impact MACRA will have on physician reimbursement in 2019.
Physician Compensation: Employed vs. Practice Owners
Where is the money? For its annual compensation survey, Physicians Practice breaks down the compensation between employed physicians and practice owners.
Things I Don't Love About Practicing in My State
No one said you have to love every aspect of where you live. Here are a few things our advisory board says could be improved in their state.
Best States to Practice: Best and Worst
Here is an in-depth look at the top five and bottom five performing states in all Best States to Practice categories.
2017 Best States to Practice: The Top Five
Why Mississippi, Texas, Alaska, California, and Arkansas stand above the rest in terms of being the "Best States to Practice."
8 Things to See and Do at MGMA17
Planning on heading to Anaheim for the annual Medical Group Management Association conference? Here are 8 items to put on your agenda.
If I Could Change One Thing about Medicine
You're granted one opportunity to change healthcare. What do you do?
The Best Ways to Deal with a Disappointed Patient
Disappointed and angry patients are more likely to sue you for malpractice. Our advisory board shares tips on how to avoid this situation.
Join Us for the First Physicians Practice Tweet Chat
Tomorrow at 12pm EST, Physicians Practice will host its very first tweet chat on the staffing difficulties facing practices. We hope you join us!
2017 Staff Salary Survey Results: Regional
Ever wonder how your staff salaries compare with other regions of the country? Check out our regional data on key positions in medical practices.
The Worst Things You Can Say to a Patient
The biggest obstacle between you and your patients having an optimal relationship is potentially the words that come out of your mouth.
10 Things to See and Do at HIMSS17
Here are some suggestions for the 2017 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Conference.
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