December 26th 2022
Providing great customer service at your medical practice boosts revenue and patient satisfaction. Here are 10 tips.
September 1st 2021
Access leading experts at a fraction of the cost.
August 24th 2021
Business training filled with tips for physicians.
August 21st 2020
More Compliance Officers (CO) are engaging in Virtual Compliance Assistance (VCA) as an affordable option to quickly adapt to the industry’s shifting regulatory environment.
June 26th 2020
How a high-volume clinic opened during the pandemic by planning for three principal areas of importance.
Student Perspectives: Medical school during the pandemic with Kelsey O'Hagan
Before the holidays took off, Physicians Practice® spoke with three third-year medical students from CareMount Medical—New York State’s premier multispecialty medical group—about their experiences with training during the pandemic.
Student Perspectives: Medical school during the pandemic with Charles White
Student Perspectives: Medical school during the pandemic with Michael Brinton
Before the holidays took off, Physicians Practice® spoke with three third-year medical students from CareMount Medical—New York State’s premier multispecialty medical groupe—about their experiences with training during the pandemic.
Five strategies for building a better medical team
Effective teamwork leads to fewer medical errors and better patient care.
Physician practice acquisition paths
Tips on the decision-making process when it comings to buy or selling a practice.
How to screen for social determinants of health
Health outcomes are a result of social, behavioral and economic factors that physicians can’t control-but can help patients with.
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
The science of personality: How to leverage it in your practice
How to alter your approach when dealing with different personality types
Inexperienced workers can be a boon to your practice
In this tight labor market, stop searching for the perfect candidate. Train them instead.
Utilizing and implementing data to improve quality of care
Four reasons why data is important whether you’re a practice owner or employed physician - and four ways to incorporate data into the selection of drugs and devices for patients.
4 ways to recruit Gen Z workers
The youngest generation in the workforce wants meaning and stability. Here’s how to show them the meaningful work your physician practice does.
How to have a well-run practice
Your practice may have a routine, but does it operate like a well-oiled machine?
Peer advice for managing a practice
Have a difficult employee, low staff morale or trouble filling vacancies? Tips and guidance for how to be a better leader.
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.
Avoid these 5 common billing mistakes
A little attention to small billing mistakes can save your practice big money
Workplace violence: It could happen to you
Learn how to identify signs of workplace violence and how to respond to a potential threat.
What you can do about the negativity bias in medicine
It’s easy to be a Negative Nancy, but it’s important for the sake of yourself, your staff and your patients that you focus on the positives to build a better workplace culture.
10 ways to provide better customer service
You don't have to spend a lot of money (or time) to improve patient care.
How to prepare for locum tenens physicians
Here are four ways practice owners and administrators can ensure temporary employees are successful.
When domestic violence comes to the workplace
We think we know our employees, but in reality, we only know as much about their lives outside the workplace as they want to tell us. What they’re not saying could put the safety of the entire office at risk, so it’s more important than ever to be proactive and have a plan.
5 keys to collecting patient responsibility upfront
Ensure your practice’s long-term health by educating patients about their financial responsibility and staff on how to improve medical billing and collections.
How we can defeat burnout
Burnout is not about broken doctors and nurses. It is about a broken system.
An active shooter in physician offices: Planning for the unthinkable
We all want to think it won’t happen to us, but the recent shootings reinforce that you need to prepare for the worst instead of hoping for the best.
Using ‘MAGIC’ to improve employee engagement
Actually, it’s not magic. It’s helping your employees feel connected to their work, understanding their contributions to the bigger picture, and nurturing their continued growth.
How to reduce heart-related deaths
Stemming heart disease and stroke is too big of a battle for physicians to tackle alone. Physician assistants can provide some much-needed support by explaining treatment plans, encouraging lifestyle changes, and improving both patient compliance and patient relations.
Make your practice friendlier for adults on the autism spectrum
As the diagnosis rate of autism spectrum disorder rises, physicians increasingly need to accommodate a population with special considerations.
Certified PAs in surgical specialties are becoming the rule, not the exception
The rising number of PAs working in surgical subspecialties is helping to fill the physician shortage and represents a larger shift toward team-based practice in the operating room.
Practicing medicine in remote Alaska
The benefits and challenges of providing care on America’s last frontier.
Minimizing the risk of gun violence in physician offices
We all want to think “it will never happen here,” but the recent shootings reinforce that you need to prepare for the worst instead of hoping for the best.
Coach vs. mentor
In order to foster high-performing teams, organizations need both coaches and mentors.
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