In this tight labor market, stop searching for the perfect candidate. Train them instead.
Government agencies issue additional warnings about connected medical devices and Select communication software
Medical device and communication software continue to be an area of interest for federal government agencies.
Take advantage of new technology and technology consumption habits to improve patient engagement while boosting your bottom line.
Existing medical documentation, particularly EHRs, needs to support physicians — not stymie them — as the industry transitions to value-based care.
Medical practices of all sizes need to pay attention to cybersecurity, but it’s not a one-size-fits-all scenario.
Your practice is at risk from the devices right at your very fingertips. Learn how to secure the technology you use to keep your patients healthy.
Storing and accessing patient records can be a big hassle, especially when practices are experiencing a business transition. Learn how to maintain compliance and avoid potential lawsuits.
MIPS reporting is more complex now, but the more you invest in quality improvement, the stronger your outcomes will be.
Don’t be lulled into a false sense of security. Take action to protect your practice and your patients’ data against cyberattacks and data breaches.
Social media is a great way to connect with other physicians and patients, but it’s also a platform where you could injure a third party’s reputation or where someone could injure yours. Learn what defamation is and when you might need to seek legal counsel.