Volume 33, Issue 4
Given the tight schedules and limited time of providers, it is challenging to find tools that are easily learned, adaptable, and research-based.
Curbing special interests’ political influence and redesigning the private market may achieve the goals of maintaining a trusted patient–physician relationship, portability, increased access, reasonable prices, and special attention to the vulnerable...
This article provides medical practice managers with an overview of employee burnout.
This article discusses Walter Dishell's route to stardom and how to achieve fame outside of the practice of medicine.
How to motivate employees to their highest performance and workplace contentment is an ongoing challenge.
This article presents some tools to better manage the appointment schedule and improve patient service.
If you are repeatedly running behind schedule or have patients who are arriving late, canceling appointments, or not showing up, there’s a proble...
This installment, Part II, reminds managers and administrators how to spot scheduling red flags and make changes in staff and technology tools.
This article explores a new approach to the performance review that lifts the cloud of negativity.
If we can successfully nurture a bonsai plant—and it is not easy—then we can also manage to care for and nurture a medical practice.
This article provides a basic overview of risk-adjustment factors and Hierarchal Chronic Conditions and key strategies that practices should consider to ensure a successful transition to risk-based payment models.
An efficient revenue management system is critical to your practice’s financial health and sustainability.
Group practices can attract patients to their portals by providing timely access to patient data, an easy-to-use and easy-to-learn user interface, privacy and security, compatibility with a range of hardware and operating systems, and connectivity wi...
Collecting and understanding the meaning of patient data and feedback is critical to an organization’s success.
A Critical Analysis of the Costs-Benefits of Utilizing Students in a Psychiatric Facility: A Case Study
We examined data obtained from a psychiatric facility over one year to evaluate the cost–benefit of precepting students.