What physicians should know about available resources and benefits.
Nonclinical positions are available in a number of industries and sectors
Hackers aren't only targeting large health systems anymore.
Adjustments to how your practice handles daily administrative tasks can help decrease staff burnout, increase patient satisfaction, and maximize profits.
New messaging services offer higher value and flexibility, while empowering both your staff and patients.
Secure communications platforms can help reduce the hassle of trying to communicate with physicians, other care providers, staff, and patients.
Primary care is inefficient, inconvenient, and often inaccessible, optimized neither for patient experience nor positive outcomes.
Hiring a good administrator is as important as hiring a good physician. But, how do you find the right administrator for your practice?
Making a cultural shift in terms of patient payments and bad debt isn’t easy, but it helps both those giving and receiving care.
More than good bedside manner is needed.
How changes may affect independent physician practices.
These tips can keep you from seeking new staff.
Computational resources are catching up with all of the healthcare data that’s been accumulating.
Now is a good time to step back and bring this fresh mindset to reassessing policies and procedures
Why practices should not fear new coding requirements
Physicians Practice® spoke with Dr. Anisha Abraham, author of the book "Raising Global Teens: A Practical Handbook for Parenting in the 21st Century", about signs that a patient may be at risk of suicide and self-harm as well as interventions and communication methods physicians can employ in the clinical setting.
Health care organizations must make the leap from providing siloed channels of care to putting the consumer in the driver’s seat, with access to a seamless, integrated experience whenever and wherever they need it.
Many practices have yet to access the data with the greatest potential to impact patient outcomes and their own financial success.
Medical practices have many legal tax-reduction strategies available to them and the strategies are not limited to the ultra-rich.
Is the coding taking priority over the caring?
A new scheduling system can revolutionize medical practice
Though similar to other specialties, some billing codes are unique for behavioral therapy.
With the proper funding, these actions can make your medical practice boom.
Efficient health care is not only helping a person recover from illness but assisting with ongoing health management.
How reputation management has been key to attracting more customers for one virtual care program.
Advice for medical student hopefuls.
These non-traditional KPIs have a significant impact on collections and cashflow.
Three best practices for healthcare organizations.
Medical practices must go beyond simply offering competitive salaries and benefits packages to attract new talent and keep their best clinicians and administrative staff working for them.
Data driven solutions using predictive analytics, AI, and ML are leading the path forward.