Finding a suitable name for your medical practice is a big decision and an essential aspect of your overall healthcare marketing efforts. Learn three common naming methods healthcare marketers use to create a sustainable brand image.
The patients’ needs cannot always win—and often don’t.
Community health information sharing platforms are cropping up to give healthcare providers a more holistic view of their patients’ needs and challenges as well as capture interactions with other social service agencies. That, in turn, is helping to improve patients’ care and their quality of life.
The upfront savings of purchasing computer equipment from a nearby big-box store can be tempting. But remember: You get what you pay for.
Owning a medical practice can be stressful. Here are four ways to help you take back your time and focus on what really matters.
The only thing certain in life is change. Learn how one physician is coping with the transition back to solo practice following her associate’s departure.
The benefits and challenges of providing care on America’s last frontier.
Patient care may be the most common career path for physicians, but it isn't the only one out there.
The healthcare industry doesn’t stay still and neither do the health systems within it as they strive to make meaningful progress for their patients and providers. With that, we see several key interconnected trends making an impact in 2019.
Stanford Health Care learned how to create standardized work to improve patient access and quality outcomes in five areas. These lessons learned can be applied to improve patient outcomes, quality, and service regardless of medical practice size—or budget.