September 27th 2023
Skyrocketing out-of-pocket healthcare costs and unexpected medical expenses are outpacing inflationary pressures which have already decimated the budgets of many American families.
September 13th 2023
Medical professionals use advanced technology to deliver optimal patient care on the frontline, but data shows that many business offices in the healthcare industry are hesitant to do the same.
August 21st 2023
Your weekly dose of wisdom from the Physicians Practice experts.
August 1st 2023
Operating a profitable medical practice is perhaps more challenging than ever.
July 20th 2023
Leading groups look for ways to eliminate confusion not just on the front end, but also on the back end.
Emergency funds, retirement accounts, and more.
Four building blocks for physician financial clearance
Dan Dooley, VP of Physician Services at R1 outlines four key components of building financial clearance
What financial clearance means for physician practices
What financial clearance means and the three core parts of the process in determining financial clearance.
Why tax planning matters for your retirement
Without the proper tax planning strategies in place, a physician could face some costly and unwanted surprises.
Adjusting to post-COVID19 revenue cycle management for physicians
Physician practices can adjust to post-COVID19 revenue cycle management practices
Leveraging clinical documentation improvement for post-COVID financial recovery
CDI can be a critical initiative that not only increases reimbursement revenue but also enhances the patient experience.
Current legal, political issues effect physicians assets
With the election around the corner the country may be in for some significant legal and political changes that can affect physician’s assets.
Patient Lending for Physician Practices with Keith Gruebele
Patient lending programs give patients more options for payment and can increase the amount of care a physician can provide
Challenges you’ll face when starting a private medical practice
Despite advantages to private practice, fewer physicians are choosing to open their own practice than ever before.
Exploring the advantages of a Virtual Compliance Assistance Partner
More Compliance Officers (CO) are engaging in Virtual Compliance Assistance (VCA) as an affordable option to quickly adapt to the industry’s shifting regulatory environment.
Approaching the government with an antitrust complaint
When a hospital has significant market power, the hospital can use that market power to harm competing independent physicians. This can violate the federal antitrust laws.
Health insurance companies hemorrhaging billions from employer groups, Medicare
Physicians: Negotiate your rates. Hold the payers accountable.
Reopening elective surgeries after COVID19
As you map out your practice's reopening plan, it’s important that it continues to prioritize patient care.
Traps to avoid with physician practice mergers
If you are a physician practice owner who is considering a merger at some point, it is vital to learn more about this process early in the game.
How email marketing can help collect delinquent medical payments
A fast and cost-efficient way to inform people about what they owe.
Protecting revenue and patient relationships during the pandemic
For patients who are struggling financially, or are simply anxious about money, anything but urgent health concerns may be pushed to the back burner.
The AI Difference in Revenue Cycle Management
Advanced, user-friendly artificial intelligence (AI) solutions can save clinics $7 billion each year
Could the 529 be the holy grail of asset protection?
The basics of a diversified asset protection plan.
Untangling telehealth billing
Billing for telemedicine services doesn’t have to be overwhelming when you understand a few key concepts and take advantage of your available resources.
7 ways to increase patient payments
Practices who fail to be proactive about collecting from patients will predictably experience a tsunami of accounts receivable.
PPP loan forgiveness: What physicians need to know
Applying for PPP loan forgiveness is a critical final step for physicians who took the financial initiative to safeguard their staff and their practice during this uncertain time.
5 ways to keep your credit healthy throughout COVID19
Maximize your ability to thrive as a professional.
Q&A: Medicare screening changes and new E/M service codes
Why has Medicare separated depression and alcohol screenings, and will patients incur cost-sharing with new patient portal E&M codes?
Q&A: Chronic Care management and consult requirements
Documents required for Chronic Care management code 99490 and fulfilling the consult requirement.
Annual wellness visit vs health risk assessment: Understanding the differences
Despite crossover in forms, both represent different things.
Q&A: Coding for Medicare Preventive and 20-minute visits
Non-physician provider use of E&M codes
Practices are using E&M codes to bill for non-physician educational visits, but is this ok?
Collecting effectively without undermining patient relationships
3 tips for physicians to find the best financial advisor
Not every financial adviser has your best interests at heart.
8 Patient Collection Mistakes to Avoid
Medical practices are struggling to collect patient accounts while honoring payer contracts. Here's what not to do.
6 ways to motivate your team-for free
Getting the best employees requires offering an attractive salary and benefits package. Getting the best work from those employees requires something more.
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