In this digital day and age, physicians need a model for governance and operations that enables them to quickly respond to changes in the market, test new ideas, and apply innovations more broadly to patients’ needs.
Real talk about what it’s like being a woman in medicine.
Jennifer Frank, MD, reflects on how taking breaks helps her improve her productivity in all parts of her life.
Strategies to help solo practice physicians step away from the office for a vacation, medical leave, or unexpected emergencies.
According to a survey, 86 percent of Americans say they would likely take a survey from a healthcare provider, if asked. Here are three ways to get them to actually respond to your survey.
Yes, you need to delegate some tasks to employees. But as practice owners and administrators, it’s your responsibility to oversee and double check—not blindly sign your name for a whole lot of trouble.
Busy offices rarely have the time to pause, evaluate workflows, and attempt to improve efficiencies across the practice. However, unless you make that time, things are likely to stay the same.
Expert advice for turning your back office staff into billing and collections all-stars.
Pilot program offers 25 quarterly questions in lieu of 10-year test.
It is a common business strategy for medical practices to use lines of credit from a bank or other financial institution.