How the voluntary reporting outcomes can be a clinical differentiator for practices
Patient-reported outcomes are becoming increasingly important to patients, providers, and payers.
Lessons learned from Lego
Building with Lego can be similar to a career in medicine.
Practice tip of the week: Webside Manner 101
Your weekly dose of wisdom from the Physicians Practice experts.
6 Steps to hiring practice staff
Investing time and attention in the medical practice staff hiring process can reduce costs and boost staff retention.
2023 Medical practice asset protection resolutions
Look at some of the most common risks to your practice and how to manage them.
What your nurses expect from you (or else they'll quit)
Poor working conditions are responsible for high turnover rates.
How to opt out of Medicare
If you’re feeling burned out, don’t let third-party payer demands drive you out of medicine.
Don't forget this important step in your practice's medical billing cycle
It’s one area that is not always completed correctly.
Messy moments: Generational conflict among colleagues
The generational divide can be a source of friction between coworkers.
Don't be scared of starting a practice
Here are some tips for starting your own practice and setting yourself — and your patients — up for success from the get-go.
Making practice staff feel valued
An employee appreciation program is a great place to start.
Small practice security risks on the rise: How to fight back
Hackers aren't only targeting large health systems anymore.
Why you should consider a private equity offer for your practice
Staying small doesn’t make sense anymore.
Preparing for the retail health care revolution
Healthcare is undergoing a seismic and highly visible shift that poses a serious threat to traditional care providers.
Exit plans: Buy-sell agreement guide
Creating a strategic exit plan from your practice is an important step that many physicians put off.
The scales: A metaphor for managing difficult patients
The right communication strategy can keep you from losing a patient.
Messy moments: Disputes over care
Specialist MD wants great care for his patient, and tells the care group they are failing him.
Planning your 2023 strategy
It's never too early to start planning next year's strategy.
Finding go-getters and avoiding the gunnas
Who do you want on your team, the go-getters or the gunnas?
Practice tip of the week: How to make winter storm damage insurance claims
Why healthcare leadership needs more physicians
Physicians need a seat at the leadership table because they are uniquely qualified to keep the care in healthcare.
Practice tip of the week: Learning a new language can benefit a physician’s practice
Practice tip of the week: Five Telephone Etiquette Tips for Medical Practice Staff
Messy moments: Clash with a colleague
It's important to mediate clashes between members of your health care team.
Planning for success in value-based agreements
Value-based care isn’t going anywhere.
4 Ways streamlining front office operations can drive revenue for your practice
Adjustments to how your practice handles daily administrative tasks can help decrease staff burnout, increase patient satisfaction, and maximize profits.
Depression, burnout, and suicide among physicians
All are important, with key differences
Better physician communications decrease burnout, promotes better outcomes
Secure communications platforms can help reduce the hassle of trying to communicate with physicians, other care providers, staff, and patients.
How to clean your medical office
A clean office is not only necessary for patient health, it's also good for business.
MGMA 2022: Washington update for medical practices
MGMA’s man in Washington, D.C. gives his rundown of what the organization is keeping an eye on with prior authorizations and telehealth.
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