Physician practices are facing an uphill battle in their quest to remain independent
Health coaching might be the middleman the American healthcare system needs to make reform a reality.
When managing a practice gets so tough that you think you may just have to retire early or sell your practice, try to think about what you mean to the patients you serve.
As providers, it’s our job to identify and anticipate what patients need. But, in order to deliver the right care at the right time, we need to re-examine our processes and relationships not only with our patients, but also with one another.
The days of the traditional practice are greatly diminished.
If you don’t identify the coding issues, know that your potential buyer will.
Physicians need to think seriously about what they are trading before they decide to become an employee of a health system instead of a private business owner.
There is a way that physicians—including employed physicians—can manage the effects of healthcare consolidations.
What traveling halfway around the world taught me about healthcare.
Why would someone who has access to free, quality healthcare pay for healthcare?