January 31st 2023
Physicians must lead a team effort to generate support at every level of the organization.
January 9th 2023
Your weekly dose of wisdom from the Physicians Practice experts.
April 15th 2021
How will physicians manage the increasing demand as patients return to care without getting burned out in the process?
March 18th 2021
Empathy and enthusiasm. Both should be present at your medical practice to boost patient and staff satisfaction.
January 14th 2021
The AMA defines “stupid stuff” as everything from irrelevant training requirements, well-intentioned but not useful risk management processes, and overinterpretations of health information requirements.
Tips to Improve Physician Productivity
Some small changes at your practice can improve physician productivity, thus improving the environment for everyone.
Advice for practices on managing their clinical capacity
Rich Miller, chief strategy officer of Qgenda, offers some advice and insights for practices as they tackle their capacity management.
How COVID-19 has affected clinical capacity management
Rich Miller, chief strategy officer of Qgenda, discusses how COVID-19 affected clinical capacity in the early stages of the pandemic and how it will have lasting effects on capacity management into the future.
What you should be looking for to optimize your clinical capacity management
Rich Miller, chief strategy officer of Qgenda, discusses what practices should be looking for when optimizing their clinical capacity management processes.
Improving the elective surgery backlog caused by the pandemic
We can close the elective surgery backlog, but it will require the healthcare industry to embrace new technologies and innovation.
Optimizing exam room and provider time
How you can balance the clinical capacity created by the interplay of room, provider, and patient.
Balancing medical industry work with a healthy private life
Three strategies to achieve the elusive work-life balance.
Five self-care tips for Physicians in the COVID era
Life-altering change can strain mental and emotional well-being and easily cause many physicians to become paralyzed by mental fragility
Top five best things about being an independent physician
In honor of Independence Day, here are five of the top good things about remaining an independent physician.
Steps to improve physician engagement
Physician engagement is key to clinical and financial performance.
Seven social skills they don’t teach in medical school
These “soft skills” can be the hardest to master.
4 ways to make your practice strategy succeed
A brief, focused strategic plan can align staff and drive revenue growth.
Physicians with more than one job are much happier
What does it mean for the future of medical work and burnout?
11 strategies for discussing diet and nutrition with patients
Hint: there’s more to it than simply telling patients to “eat a balanced diet.”
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.
5 questions every older physician should ask themselves
Questions you should ask yourself as you think about the future for yourself and your practice.
Gaining data clarity through greater connectivity at the point of care
Greater connectivity at the point of care is important for realizing better care experiences and outcomes
What to do when your EHR derails productivity and value-based care
Existing medical documentation, particularly EHRs, needs to support physicians - not stymie them - as the industry transitions to value-based care.
How to have a well-run practice
Your practice may have a routine, but does it operate like a well-oiled machine?
A decade of lessons learned from private practice
One physician reflects on her decision to leave her employer, start her own practice and how she followed (and deviated) from her startup plans.
4 ways to boost your practice’s profits in the fourth quarter
Make sure your practice is prepared to help patients get the care they need before their deductibles reset - and that your practice ends this year strong.
7 ways to help new physicians succeed
A new work environment can be challenging for newly graduated physicians as well as more experienced physicians. Here are seven ways to help make the onboarding process seamless.
Tackling the biggest problems with your billing
Adding appropriate technology to your practice can have profound effects on the well-being of your operations, allowing your workforce to focus on what they do best while you concentrate on patient care.
3 times your practice could benefit from locum tenens physicians
Hiring a physician is a long-term commitment, which is why brining a locum on board first can be a viable short-term option or trial run.
Why seeing more patients doesn’t equal greater productivity
Though traditional fee-for-service reimbursement is tied to volume, quality patient care can’t be increased by simply adding more appointments.
Four ways to maintain productivity
Here's how to ensure that you can continue to be a high-performing professional.
5 questions to ask about wRVU compensation
If you're getting paid in work RVUS, then you need to understand what you’re being paid for and how to calculate your compensation.
How to make good use of time
Time is the currency of our careers and our lives. Here are four ways to use it wisely.
When air travel mimics the patient experience
During a recent trip turned nightmare, a doctor finds parallels between her frustrating ordeal and the patient experience.
5 ways interoperability fails physicians
EHR interoperability is a great idea in theory, but the reality leaves much to be desired.
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