Volume 34, Issue 2
The author suggests that the way to optimize the financial health of your practice is to monitor three “business vital signs.” Profit is one of them.
Being prepared for a disaster—large or small—can save lives, information, and your practice.
In this concluding part, I offer eight additional ideas that you may be able to implement in your practice.
This article will help you teach your staff how to reframe negative language into positives.
It appears that medical scribes have the potential to offset challenges that are being seen in the small physician practice in the EHR era.
This article suggests that front desk positions are worth more than they are paid and that they should be held to a higher standard than they have in the past.
Leaders can exhibit five specific behaviors that positively affect the relationship between the leader and their team member: inclusion, respect, reward, improvement, and modeling. This article describes the behaviors and how they can be implemented ...
Rather than believe that external resources must be used for coding and billing compliance audits, this article advocates that maintaining supporting documentation of routine variance analysis or potential issue resolution not only enhances the pract...
This is the first article in a series of three that deals in considerable detail with the process of developing physician employment agreements.
Our goal was to determine whether outpatient patient-reported satisfaction (PRS) was influenced by demographic and socioeconomic characteristics.
The article highlights some questions that should be answered as part of any plan to outsource.
This article reviews the history of the opioid epidemic from 1980 to today, methods and quality of pain management in the postoperative setting, risk factors for developing an OUD after surgery, the current treatment regimen for OUD, and the success ...
Making Conversations Count! Developing True Relationships in Your Healthcare Practice Part I: Focus on Administrator and Staff
This article offers recommendations, approaches, and strategies that fully support your efforts as an administrator and will result in increased staff member engagement and communication.