September 19th 2023
Help your educated staff to apply what they learn in school to the real-life practice setting.
September 18th 2023
While some claim it is unethical for physicians to go the direct-pay route, it actually provides better care to patients.
September 12th 2023
Regardless of timing, selecting where to practice merits careful investigation.
September 11th 2023
Your weekly dose of wisdom from the Physicians Practice experts.
August 31st 2023
There’s no need to fear being replaced by AI.
Don't leave money on the table
These days, physicians are terrified about overcoding — that is, billing for services they did not render or for more labor-intensive services than they provided.
The need for whole health data
Many practices have yet to access the data with the greatest potential to impact patient outcomes and their own financial success.
Making the most of value-based care
Six strategies for profitability with new payment models.
What you need to know to close your practice
Follow these general guidelines to minimize the effects on your patients
How to recruit quality staff
Medical practices must go beyond simply offering competitive salaries and benefits packages to attract new talent and keep their best clinicians and administrative staff working for them.
Helping patients catch up on preventative care
Doctors need to address patients’ worries about costs.
Introduction to medical practice valuations
One thing that can help you on your path to selling your practice is to understand some of the basic tenants of practice valuation.
7 Tips for easing patient collections in your medical practice
Collecting money from patients is an ongoing challenge that has only worsened with high-deductible health plans.
Ways to improve the older patient experience
How to take steps to boost the experience for this group of patients.
The keys to reducing violence in health care settings
Learning to manage emotions and recognize needs of others lessens the tension that causes aggressive behavior.
The leading topics healthcare leaders should be talking about
It's critical that the conversations healthcare leaders have about the current state of the industry evolve.
How primary care can survive
Primary care is inefficient, inconvenient, and often inaccessible, optimized neither for patient experience nor positive outcomes.
Messy moments: Everyone sniping
Calming discord in your practice.
The danger of paint-by-numbers medicine
Physicians constrained when payers put cost above care.
How to fire an employee
No one likes to fire an employee, but if someone is dragging down the practice, it’s time to make a change.
The pros and cons of hiring family members
Many physicians hire family members as employees in both clinical and non-clinical roles at their practice, but there are serious downsides.
Policing staff social media use
Frequent use of social media is common, but it can cause some problems in a medical practice setting.
Managing practice workflow
Learn to delegate responsibly to help ease pressure on physicians.
Improving healthcare delivery through human revenue cycle management
As the human side of revenue cycle management becomes more of a growing concern, medical practices, hospitals, and health systems are seeking alternative solutions, including virtually accessible, remote administrative support.
A guide to selling your practice
Not every practice has value, nor does every seller try to sell their practice properly.
Managing negative patient reviews
The occasional negative patient complaint online can actually turn out to be a good thing for your reputation.
The price of patient relationships
Including funds in your budget dedicated to technological investments that improve the patient experience will be worth it in the long run.
HIMSS23: Patient or customer?
The patient experience is different than the customer experience
HIMSS23: Turning the great resignation around
How to keep employees from leaving your practice
Time to use technology, not be used by it
The healthcare industry can’t lose sight of its customers as new technologies are brought into hospitals and exam rooms.
The key to reducing administrative burden for clinical trials
Sponsors can play an especially critical role in alleviating the three key challenges facing clinical trial site administrators today.
In-house lab testing: The costs and benefits
In-house testing laboratories can be profitable for physicians and give patients an enhanced care experience.
Technology and the doctor shortage
Several strategies facilitated by technology are helping provide access to hidden capacity in our current health system.
The tyranny of EHRs
The EHR, like many new technologies, has capacity to improve the health and safety of our patients. So what can we do to make this happen?
Harnessing RPM’s growth for practice success and patient satisfaction
With adoption on the rise, RPM is set to transform healthcare forever; learn how practices can leverage the technology for unparalleled success
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