August 3rd 2023
It’s important for employers and patients to understand the consequences to healthcare workers.
May 24th 2023
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.
May 2nd 2023
Physicians share the benefits of having nurse practitioners available at their practices to aid both patients and fellow healthcare clinicians.
March 27th 2023
Hiring a good administrator is as important as hiring a good physician. But, how do you find the right administrator for your practice?
March 24th 2023
While contract workers have always served a role in the healthcare field, they have become more prevalent to fill staffing gaps.
Goodwill: How it factors into a medical practice sale
A high-level overview of what goodwill is and how it factors (or doesn’t factor) into a medical practice sale.
Private practices thriving, despite AMA survey
Though recent survey data suggests fewer physicians are choosing private practice, the data may be misleading. Hospital or private practice employment should only be chosen after carefully weighing the pros and cons of each.
Reimbursement for telehealth services
One physician's experience with reimbursement for the telemedicine services her health system uses.
The best states for physicians in 2021: 30-21
What are the best states for physicians to practice in? Find out in Physicians Practice®’s Best States to Practice 2021 exclusive data project.
Financial planning impacts from the pandemic
For many high-earners, the pandemic brought forth an important reminder of the fundamentals when it comes to building wealth.
Five things physicians should consider when creating their financial plan
From the moment a doctor earns his or her MD, to the day they hang up their white coat for good, medical professionals face unique financial hurdles, dilemmas, and questions.
Coding Q&A: Problem areas with 99495 and 99496
There are two principal criteria that need to direct physicians’ code assignment once they have decided to use a TCM code.
Care management and financial opportunities from telehealth services
Dr. Janis Coffin, DO, discusses how telehealth has increased the opportunity to manage patients with chronic conditions and how practices can financially benefit from these setups.
The best states for physicians in 2021: 40-31
Two False Claims Act settlements underscore the importance of not taking kickbacks and proper billing
Compliance measures can assist healthcare industry participants avoid potential liability, whether civil or criminal, under the False Claims Act.
You’re Not Alone: How clinicians deal with grief
Simple, effective ways medical workers can reconnect with and replenish themselves.
Asset protection for physician crypto investors
The basics you should know to keep your coins safe.
How to improve your practice’s online presence post-pandemic
Technical advances born from a year in lockdown have made the tools more widely available than ever before.
How telehealth adoption has changed over 2020
Dr. Janis Coffin, DO, discusses how she has witnessed telehealth adoption change over the course of the pandemic
The best states for physicians in 2021: The 12 worst states
Which states do you think ranked lowest this year?
Healthcare providers career satisfaction is dropping
It’s now more important than ever to consider how we can improve our healthcare providers’ experiences at work so they can keep doing what they do best—caring for patients.
Effectively manage medical practice staff
Three elements of effective staff management that can lead to increased productivity and profitability and happier patients at your practice.
Five necessary steps to address professional burnout in healthcare
Burnout can be mitigated with a process that mirrors the methodology used to diagnose and care for patients.
Managing online reputation with a virtual care strategy
How reputation management has been key to attracting more customers for one virtual care program.
Limit physician burnout risk by analyzing company culture, contract criteria
For those looking for a new job, the following are some key considerations that might limit potential for burnout.
The evolving role of APPs in post-COVID healthcare
One possible remedy for the current state of healthcare is greater use of physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs) to meet the demands of patient care.
How one concierge practice adapted to virtual care
How one practice managed the transition to virtual care before the pandemic.
How the healthcare industry is addressing bias
Some of the ways the industry is addressing these issues in medical school and beyond.
Fauci: COVID-19 burnout unprecedented
The NIAID head said the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the impact of professional dissatisfaction and fatigue.
Planning your pre-acquisition strategy
Preliminary basics you need to consider.
Patient biases can also affect care delivery and outcomes
Patients can hold biases toward physicians in the same way that physicians can be biased in their care delivery.
Luxury home asset protection issues for physicians
Here is what luxury homeowners, buyers, and sellers need to know about construction costs, closing delays, insurance, and why you are probably under-insured for the loss or damage of your home.
Conscious vs unconscious bias in physician practices
The difference between a ‘conscious bias’ and an ‘unconscious bias’ and how they are measured.
Four smart investments physicians should consider in 2021
One good method of saving and earning is through investing. Here are four options you can consider.
Doctor-patient communication’s role in mitigating medical malpractice claims
Medical malpractice data shows us that bad patient-provider communication correlates with medical malpractice claims.
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