December 26th 2022
Providing great customer service at your medical practice boosts revenue and patient satisfaction. Here are 10 tips.
September 1st 2021
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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.
How to make the most of medical conferences
Medical conferences are high-energy fountains of inspiration and education, but how can you put those ideas into action once you get back home?
What’s the best way to fill a critical role at your practice?
Whether a position opens up at your practice because of an unexpected departure or practice growth, deciding how to fill it can present a dilemma.
How to talk to the boss about career advancement
Tips for medical practice staff to broach the conversation of mid-career professional development with their employers.
4 whip-smart strategies for physician practice leaders
Honing leadership skills is essential for a manager. Here are four ways to become better leaders for staff and patients.
Congratulations – you’re doctor! Now what?
Residency can be a fearful time in a doctor’s career, but it doesn’t have to be unbearable. Here are some tips for recent medical school graduates as they begin their training.
Four reasons staff don’t get trained and how to fix them
Staff training is essential to running a successful practice. Here are four reasons why it often gets overlooked and how to change that.
Utilizing Change Management in Your Medical Practice
In part two of this series, learn strategies to effectively enact change at your practice.
Medical Office Liability and Guns: Part 2
Regardless of your political position, guns are a reality that physicians must manage like all other medical practice risks.
Keeping Physicians in the Cost-Savings Loop
Healthcare organizations are always looking to save money, but physicians rarely know the effect of their treatments or medications. Here's how to change that.
Recent HIPAA Infractions
It's always important to be on top of HIPAA requirements, here's what physicians need to know for 2018.
Failing to Manage Change
Leadership teams wonder why their best-laid plans have gone awry. Here's how employees feel.
Outsourcing Marketing Worked for this Medical Practice
Medical practices have to learn how to market to the modern-day patient, which is not easy when they are already overworked. Outsourcing is the answer.
Prior Authorization Frustration
A physician attempts to profess her gripes about the prior authorization process to a pharmacist to no avail.
Three Strategies to Communicate Costs to Patients
Here are some strategies practices should take to better communicate medical costs to patients.
Advice for Medical School Residents
A young physician gives her advice to residents on what they can expect upon becoming a practicing physician.
Locum Tenens Predictions for 2018
Looking back at how locum tenens physicians made an impact in 2017 and predicting trends in 2018.
App Review: Clinical Ultrasound Reference Tools
Looking to brush-up on or further your ultrasound skills? Here are a few apps, podcasts, and references you should check out.
Inbox: Readers Recommend Employment for Young Docs
Readers weigh in on whether young docs should jump into private practice or become employed following med school.
Quick Technology Risk Checklist for Your Practice
Here are five tactics to reduce many of the more common risks of data loss at your practice. Make sure you're up to date.
What will PAs be Doing in 2018?
This year the PA profession celebrated its 50th anniversary. Much has changed, but the future of the profession remains bright.
Younger Docs Talk About Facing Age Discrimination
In part one of our younger physician roundtable, three doctors expand on the toughest challenges faced in their burgeoning careers.
How Does a Negative Review Cost Your Practice?
Training your staff to prioritize patient service is a great way to protect your online reputation.
5 Physician Myths that Can Derail Your Happiness
Perception does not have to be reality. Here are five myths about unhappiness among physicians.
Job Titles Change as Healthcare Evolves
Are changing job titles causing physicians to lose their sense of professional identity? This doc seeks answers.
5 Tips to Help Physicians Be More Productive
In order to maximize productivity at your practice, you need to take control of all aspects of its operation. Here's how to start.
Payer Enrollment Tips for Small Practices
When it comes to payer enrollment, small practices often lack the necessary time or resources, here are some things to consider.
Coding Questions: Definition of Direct Contact
Coding expert Bill Dacey answers questions on the correct definition of 'contact' and the 'mid-point rule' during a medical visit.
Warning: Physician Owned Liability is Far-reaching
A recent kickback case against a spine surgeon and his fiancée underscores the importance of physicians understanding of anti-kickback and Stark laws.
Prepping Your Medical Practice for Crisis
The key to being prepared for any kind of crisis at your practice is to plan far in advance and know where important documents are at all times.
The Sad Mindset of Many Young Physicians
This older doc describes the attitude of many young residents who would rather have a job than a profession.
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