February 8th 2023
Why concierge medicine may be the solution, not the problem.
January 3rd 2023
Your weekly dose of wisdom from the Physicians Practice experts.
December 19th 2022
December 5th 2022
October 10th 2022
Recognizing it’s a problem is first step to making changes that help workforce, patients and the bottom line.
6 ways to get your medical practice organized
Tired of decreased productivity? Here's what you need to do to whip your practice back into shape
MGMA 2020: Becoming a future-ready leader through self-awareness
By building external and group self-awareness, a physician leader can better adapt to the quickly changing healthcare landscape
Balancing medical industry work with a healthy private life
Three strategies to achieve the elusive work-life balance.
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.
7 reasons to be happy you’re in primary care
Looking for the positive in the pandemic.
National Locum Tenens Week: How we can continue to facilitate access to care
New nationwide legislation is necessary in the wake of the pandemic.
Bringing normalcy back to elective hospital procedures
Elective surgeries are the lifeblood of hospitals and health systems, accounting for 60% of total hospital revenue.
Backstage Support Heroes: Gratitude for those working magic behind the scenes
Rapid credentializations have allowed healthcare professionals to practice across multiple states during the pandemic.
Negotiating with a major competing hospital
You don’t have to be locked in combat with a hospital; in many instances, it can be beneficial for independent physician groups and hospitals to work together.
The pros and cons of private practice versus hospital employment
What physicians should consider when choosing their path.
Setting a succession strategy for physician practices
Four tips for ensuring a smooth transition of ownership interests and management responsibilities while minimizing partner complications.
How practices are tackling pandemic staffing
From furloughing employees to implementing strict safety protocols, here's how practices have tackled pandemic staffing.
Physicians are needed for jobs outside of patient care
Nonclinical positions are available in a number of industries and sectors
Merging COVID19 virtual hospitals for the future
A virtual hospital created in parallel during the COVID19 pandemic inspires a lasting innovation of telemedicine.
Best states for physicians in 2020: 5 states with the highest physician density
These five states are home to the largest number of physicians.
The best states for physicians in 2020: The top 10
The rule of seven and restarting your business
You’ll have to routinely reach out to patients to get your safety messages to stick.
The End of an Era: Closing your practice
Closing a practice for retirement is a hard decision as it is-here are tips to make closing your doors smoother.
Facing antibiotic-resistant “Superbugs” in the fight against COVID19
Rapid molecular diagnostic testing can be both clinically valuable and life-saving.
Political conflict creates medical practice risk
As America returns to work after a week of national political trauma, physicians need to protect their assets, including their practices, from significant additional risks.
12 steps to better cope with the effects of COVID19 for physicians
It starts with mindfulness, nutrition, and exercise.
The best states for physicians in 2020: 20-11
Deciding where to practice: Seven tips for success
Regardless of timing, selecting where to practice merits careful investigation.
Best states for physicians in 2020: 5 states with the highest GCPI
Best states for physicians in 2020: 5 states with the lowest GCPI
Best States to Practice: 5 states with the lowest cost of living
Which states do you think came out on top?
The New Normal for Physicians: Adapting your practice for success
5 ways to manage the far-reaching and long-term effects of the pandemic on practices.
The best states for physicians in 2020: 5 states with the highest cost of living
Avoid these states for your best financial situation.
The best states for physicians in 2020: 21-30
Telehealth compliance programs avoid and mitigate risk
Be prepared to address allegations of misconduct
2 Clarke Drive Cranbury, NJ 08512