The importance of testing
Testing is still key, according to a recent poll of physicians.
The fear of inflation and recession
With inflation on the rise, it takes proper planning to keep your assets safe.
Protecting your practice
Protecting your practice from violence and lawsuits in this fraught political climate can be difficult.
Protecting your home, business while on vacation
From locking your doors to travel insurance, make sure you're prepared before you leave for vacation.
Protecting your assets during the 100 deadly days
Make sure your assets are protected.
Payment issues on the horizon
With sequestration phasing in, it is a fraught time for health care practices.
The future of Medicare payments
MedPAC is calling for Congress not to increase physician Medicare reimbursement.
MGMA comments on automation of prior authorizations
Automation could ease the burden prior authorizations place on a practice.
The burden of prior authorizations
Prior authorizations continue to top the list of annoyances for physicians.
Strategies for today's markets
These strategies can help you weather the financial storm that may be brewing.
Overcoming fear in investing
With so much uncertainty in the world and markets, these tips show how an investor overcome their fear.
Liquidity, emergency funds, and credit
With the market seemingly adrift in a sea of uncertainty, be sure to shore up these contingency measures.
The role of fear in the post-COVID economy
What role will fear play in today's markets?
Fostering wellbeing in your practice
Michael Myers, MD, discusses how to foster a better work environment for physicians.
Asset protection mistakes to avoid
Two experts discuss the most common and costly mistakes high-earners make.
Asset protection in the time of COVID-19
A pair of experts discuss asset protection as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
What the midterms mean for healthcare
What the midterm elections could mean for healthcare policy this year.
Value-based care this year
What is expected in regard to value-based care this year.
What if the pandemic ends this year?
What will happen to regulatory expansions should the COVID-19 pandemic end this year.
The threat of sequestration
Sequestration cuts have been put off for now, but that can change.
What to expect this year
MGMA Senior Vice President for Government Affairs Anders Gilberg walks us through what can be expected this year as far as healthcare policy.
Provider data management will increase virtual care viability
How data consistence will allow providers to thrive.
How patient data collection has changed over the course of one doctor’s career
Quality hasn’t always followed technological advancements.
The benefits of eLearning in medical education
Reproducing in-person course materials does not suffice.
Why online tools stood out for educating on eating disorders
Even before the pandemic, online medical education tools were taking off in particular specialties.
Ike Devji, JD and Anthony Williams, Part 2
Ike Devji, JD and Anthony Williams, Part 1
Two experts sit down and talk about asset protection.
What providers and practice owners can do to prepare for the implementation of new CMS changes
How providers can prepare for new CSM changes regarding CDSM and AI.
How the new CMS changes will impact physician practices with CDSM and AI
How changes may affect independent physician practices.
New CMS changes affecting CDSM and AI
New CMS changes with regard to Clinical Decision Support Mechanisms and Artificial Intelligence.
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