Practice Administration Stability and Key Determinants of Success

September 14, 2020

Sachin Gupta, CEO of IKS Health, discusses how independent practices can remain administratively stable during the pandemic and after, as well as provides the key determinants of success for new and growing practices.

Cybersecurity breach reports low during the pandemic

September 07, 2020

A new report from CI Security suggests cybersecurity breaches were lower during healthcare's rapid transition to virtual care throughout the pandemic. In this episode of Perspectives, we look at why this might be and other aspects of their report with CI Security's Healthcare Executive Strategist, Drex DeFord.

Regulatory Updates and New Claim Threats Stemming from the Pandemic

August 31, 2020

A brief overview of some of the key regulatory updates enacted during the pandemic, as well as new claim threats that physicians may face in the near future.

Improving Collections with Empathy

August 18, 2020

Careful communications can help improve your collection methods and decrease time between service and payment.

Solving the Prior Authorization Problem through Tech

March 07, 2018

The Healthcare Administrative Technology Association talks to us at HIMSS18 about familiar pain points for practices.

Analyzing Budget Act's Impact on MACRA

February 15, 2018

The Budget Act that passed Congress recently included "small changes" to MACRA with the potential to make a big difference, says one expert.

AMA Pres: MACRA Has Been Made Favorable for Small Practices

January 26, 2018

In this podcast, AMA President David O. Barbe, MD talks about the accommodations that CMS has made towards small practices in MACRA.

When Physicians are Owners AND Employees

January 04, 2018

The professional model of medicine is trying to reach a sweet spot, allowing physicians to remain independent but maximize the power of a larger organization.

Hard to Assess Year One of MACRA, Says Expert

November 24, 2017

Due to the "pick your pace" flexibility for year one of the Medicare Quality Payment Program, one expert says it's hard to evaluate how physicians did.

A Physician's Case for Choosing the Lone Star State

October 19, 2017

Texas was one of the five Best States to Practice. Dr. Carlos Cardenas talks to us about what makes it so friendly to physicians.