Taylor Chenery


Telehealth fraud and abuse enforcement efforts unlikely to taper

The history of government healthcare fraud and abuse enforcement efforts teaches one unassailable lesson: increased utilization inevitably leads to increased government scrutiny.

Molly Maloof, MD


Retain more patients with these four tips

These four tips can make current patients long-term ones.

Craig Escudé, MD


Good communication, better outcomes

Why this is especially true for patients with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.

Stuart Staggs


Preparation for appropriate use criteria is key to success

If providers fail to follow these new rules, claims will be denied, and eventually, those who are outliers on adherence to appropriate use criteria will be subject to prior authorization.

Rich Parker, MD


3 Considerations for vaccinating young patients against COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has injected a new level of controversy into childhood vaccinations.

Nick Rubright


10 Ways to protect your practice from a data breach

Healthcare records and data contain sensitive information, making them a prime target for cybercriminals. Learn how to protect your practice from a data breach.

Jolie Apicella, JD


Telehealth fraud risks

During and after the COVID-19 public health emergency, expect vigilance by federal regulators.

Samantha Saldukas


Reduce risk through online training

Access leading experts at a fraction of the cost.

Kate Othus


Building the next generation of doctors

We can turn the tide on job dissatisfaction trends plaguing physicians and doctors will once again tell their sons and daughters about the great opportunities that lie ahead.

H. John Beardsley


3 Points where patients need help with their medication

Studies consistently show patients’ health outcomes are connected to their ability to access, afford and adhere to their medications.

Clarissa Riggins | Courtesy of Experian Health
Clarissa Riggins


How to put your collections department out of business

Reframing collections as a continual process can minimize bad debt.

Ben Soccodato, CFP


Exit plans: Buy-sell agreement guide

Creating a strategic exit plan from your practice is an important step that many physicians put off.

Kerry Bailey


5 Tips to boost practice referrals

Digital referral systems are revolutionizing practice outreach.

Pete Perron


How to ensure a viable future for community-based specialty practices

Trying to succeed with little help is probably not the most effective way forward.

Kristen Matthews
Kristen Matthews


The healthcare marketing landscape in 2023

The new normal is no longer new.

Michal Tzuchman-Katz, MD


Barriers to using ChatGPT in healthcare

Physicians will only be able to trust artificial intelligence when it's transparent.

Stephanie Queen


How clinicians can cope with grief

How clinicians and healthcare providers can recognize and properly managing grief

Kelly Athman, MS, CGC


Engage genomics specialists to enrich patient care

As providers face more conditions and treatments with an underlying genomic component it’s difficult to stay abreast of all the rapid advances.

Jessica Preston
Jessica Preston


The benefits of acquiring new real world data for medical special societies and patient advocacy organizations

Increased access to patient-centric data sources such as electronic health records, patient reported outcomes, claims data, and genomic data is driving a renewed interest in patient registries as a potential nexus for a more holistic view of the patient experience.

Nance Goldstein, ACC, PhD


Messy Moments: Feeling safe enough to speak up

You want everyone to feel they have a say, even when it may surface a problem, so they’ll stay.

Antonella Bonanni


Time to use technology, not be used by it

The healthcare industry can’t lose sight of its customers as new technologies are brought into hospitals and exam rooms.

Theresa Hush


Consumer trust affects the future of health systems

Here are six things you need to do now to build trust.

Kevin Don


RPA's enormous potential in the future of revenue cycle

RPA could emerge as one targeted solution that could help financial executives maintain a healthy bottom line.

Branden Neish


How automation can protect small healthcare practices during economic uncertainty

While healthcare tends to outperform other industries when faced with economic headwinds, healthcare practices are not entirely immune to a recession.

Christina M. Kuta, JD


What you need to know to close your practice

Follow these general guidelines to minimize the effects on your patients

Barbara Morici, PA-C


The evolving role of APPs in post-COVID healthcare

One possible remedy for the current state of healthcare is greater use of physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) to meet the demands of patient care.

Mike Szczesny


7 Ways to stay ahead of the competition

Today's medical practices face the challenge of remaining relevant in an extremely dynamic, competitive, and evolving market.

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