An aging global population means that healthcare needs to shift the way it looks at ― and the location of ― patient care. And technology can help.
For practices and other healthcare organizations to stay in business, a shift away from traditional collaboration habits, which are riddled with problems, is necessary.
If you’re thinking of starting or forming an ACO, you better make sure the organization in question is already fully clinically integrated.
Author and demographics expert Cam Marston describes how your medical practice must adapt to treat patients of all generations.
New MGMA CEO and president Susan Turney discusses this year's event, her new role, and an ever-changing healthcare industry.
MGMA healthcare consultant Jeffrey Milburn provided some guidance Monday to a standing-room only audience at MGMA11.
Defining quality in healthcare is an ongoing process, but understanding and managing processes to deliver predictable outcomes can be a key element, says one expert.
How will Washington's budget-cutting zeal affect your practice next year?
Penny Noyes, president of Health Business Navigators and a speaker at the MGMA11 Conference, provides tips and tools to use when renegotiating payer agreements.
Cory Sevin discusses the main characteristics of a change agent, key steps to take in leading change at a practice, and how to mitigate any adverse reaction to shifts in your office.