Practice360 Blogs

The Difference in Being an Independent Doc

April 26, 2016

By: Daniel Hoffman Some people might want the comfort of a salary and no overhead expenses. This independent doc sees it a completely different way.

What I Would Have Done Differently in Practicing Medicine

March 22, 2016

By: Deborah Winiger, MD You can't please everyone and you can't take things personally. This MD shares what she wishes she could've known earlier in her career.

Being Proactive to Take on Value-Based Care

February 16, 2016

By: Gregory Corradino, MD MBA Pay-for-performance is coming. Physicians need to be proactive when dealing with this major change.

Five Hot Digital Health Trends to Watch in 2016

February 09, 2016

By: Molly Maloof, MD The digital healthcare scene is booming. Molly Maloof gives her predictions for the five hottest digital health trends to watch in 2016.

Adjusting to ICD-10 as a Solo Physician

October 19, 2015

By: Deborah Winiger, MD As a solo practitioner, I'm putting my faith in ICD-9 to ICD-10 crosswalks to code properly and avoid damaging my practice's bottom line.

Like Y2K, Don’t Believe the Hype over ICD-10

October 19, 2015

By: Mark Birmingham, DPM The ICD-10 transition was a lot like the Y2K, lots of hype and a few headaches. Preparation did one practice well.

ICD-10 from the Solo Physician's Perspective

October 01, 2015

By: Georgia Newman, MD ICD-10 has arrived, but it’s hard for this solo practitioner to tell if she really is ready for this new reality or if preparations were done in vain.

How to Thrive in a Changing Healthcare Landscape

September 17, 2015

By: Karen Coyne, CFP® These five best practices gleaned from independent doctors will help you earn more, save time, and enjoy your profession again.

Enjoy the Quality, Not Quantity of Patient Visit

September 17, 2015

By: Georgia Newman, MD Spending more time listening and counseling my patients has been gratifying, so why dilute that by seeing more patients than I need to?

Hack Patient Retention with These Four Tips

September 17, 2015

By: Molly Maloof, MD One of the most important things for a successful medical practice is patient retention. These four tips can make current patients long-term ones.

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