Authors


Acey Albert, MD

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Why healthcare leadership needs more physicians

Physicians need a seat at the leadership table because they are uniquely qualified to keep the care in healthcare.


Steven Green, MD

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Tips for obtaining quality metrics and easing physician overload

Four changes that can improve the value of quality metrics.


Sheetal Chawla
Sheetal Chawla

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The evolution of the patient-physician relationship

As patients seek information and form communities, the dialogue with their doctors is changing.


Terry Blessing III

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Avoiding Claims Denials in Your Practice

Physicians Practice® spoke with Terry Blessing III, Senior Vice President of Client Development at VisiQuate, about how practices can work to reduce the likelihood of encountering denied claims.


John Mulder, MD, FAAHPM, HMDC

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Leveraging data to enhance the care, lives of seriously ill patients

Transferring seriously ill patients to a different care setting at the right time may be the greatest prescription a provider can offer them.


Taylor Ross

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3 Ways coding automation can help a practice

Are you leaving money on the table because you aren't coding correctly?


Ketan Patel, MD, Chief Medical Officer, SyTrue
Ketan Patel, MD, Chief Medical Officer, SyTrue

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How AI-based tools can help manage COVID-19’s aftermath

New AI features like natural language processing can make documentation less of a chore.


Dan D’Orazio

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Unexpected surprises in the No Surprises Act: How practices should respond

While the goals of consumer protection, price transparency, and cost concessions are important and necessary, the legislation is starting to present real challenges to practices’ financial stability


Peminda K Cabandugama MD, Diplomate ABOM

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Making your practice a patient positive environment

When patients feel welcomed, comfortable, engaged and respected, they are better equipped to achieve their long-term health objectives.


Bruce Kennedy

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Bringing normalcy back to elective hospital procedures

Elective surgeries are the lifeblood of hospitals and health systems, accounting for 60% of total hospital revenue.


Linda Duckworth

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History and Exam in 2021

Are they really gone?


Drew Ivan

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Combating digital disruptors

How providers can stand out in a consumer culture.


Eddie Brito

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Poor EHR tech impacts staff members differently by role

Can the next generation of EHRs solve the problems of the current generation?


Brian Smit

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Leveraging clinical documentation improvement for post-COVID financial recovery

CDI can be a critical initiative that not only increases reimbursement revenue but also enhances the patient experience.



Paul Vigario

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Consumer patients and the future of the industry

Customers expect their health care providers to have the same level of integration and connectedness as their favorite retailers.


Hazel Bennett

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Choosing the right setting for a telemedicine call

Finding the right location can make patients more comfortable with telehealth.


Dhruv Suyamprakasam

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2024 prediction: Tech to change primary care

Health care will become more about people, the way it should be


Justin Newell

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Medical billing fraud unveiled with new, advanced technologies

The National Health Care Anti-Fraud Association estimated that healthcare fraud costs the nation $68 billion annually.


Christopher Crow, MD
Christopher Crow, MD

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The future of primary care starts with supporting physicians today

Primary care physicians cannot wait and hope for solutions that may never come to fruition.


Matthew Michela

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Things practices need to do to comply with the new ONC Information Blocking Rules

What practices need to do in order to be compliant with the new ONC Information Blocking Rules.


Jessica Ayre

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5 Ways to successfully gather online reviews for your healthcare practice

The more reviews you get, the more likely you are to bring in new patients.


Randall Curnow Jr., MD, MBA, FACP, FACHE, FACPE

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Don’t have 26.7 hours a day to spend on patient care? Read this

Many physicians are facing overwhelming demand from increasingly complex patients while also dealing with burnout issues. So, where do we turn?


Karrie Barbour, FACEMPE

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Is work-from-home right for your practice?

Being flexible can attract and retain top talent


Monica Bolbjerg, MD

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How a remote and virtual workforce model can benefit your practice and patients

New technology can make a remote workforce a pleasing reality.


Nicholas Benedict, MBA

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Revenue Cycle Management: Benefits and best practices

What physicians and practice managers need to know.


Keith Loria

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Dealing with difficult employees

Managing problems without delay is crucial; otherwise, the practice may suffer.


Batya Swift Yasgur, MA, LSW

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The pros and cons of hiring family members

Many physicians hire family members as employees in both clinical and non-clinical roles at their practice, but there are serious downsides.


Chris Evanguelidi
Chris Evanguelidi

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Adopt a true patient-centric approach with a single point of operational control

Personalization is an expected standard for today’s patients.


Stephen Kolesk, MD

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Caring for patients with disabilities

Individuals with I/DD, autism, and severe mental or behavioral challenges experience significant disparities in access to care and health outcomes. Here’s how to look past the disability and care for the person.

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