Volume 32, Issue 3
Does the physician realize how much his or her manager does and how valuable the manager is? As a practice manager, it is important to meet with the physician, share ideas, and discuss the revenue and profits to ensure a successful practice.
This article discusses technology that is helpful for small practices and that can be implemented into a practice easily and inexpensively without the assistance or employment of IT specialists.
This article explores the new malpractice considerations facing physicians in our constantly evolving digital world.
This article discusses the dichotomy between the need for physician leaders and the need for alternative pathways for medical licensure for nonpracticing physicians who seek leadership roles, including the possibility of a national solution to the pr...
This article describes the core elements that make up the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and discusses the likely criteria that will be used as the core elements necessary for competitive reimbursement ranking.
This article covers the basics of the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS): a shift from paying doctors using a traditional fee-for-service reimbursement model to one that pays according to the value that they provide to their patients, where ...
This article defines 10 lessons we have learned over the last four years as we integrated RN-driven care management in our practice.
Medical practices are increasingly becoming targets for hackers who realize that most physicians, although excellent physicians, are terrible at securing their patient data. This article provides resources so that a physician or a member of his or he...
This article explores the many benefits of morning huddles and how to best create and use them.
In today’s healthcare environment, with changing payment methodologies, understanding the revenue streams for a physician practice is essential to a practice’s overall financial health.
This article addresses some of the key reasons that cause physicians to resist testifying, and suggests ways for physicians to deliver their testimony in a way that is effective and can be understood by a jury.
A Retrospective Analysis of a Consolidation of Urology Practices, and the Resulting Physician Productivity in the Provision of Urologic Care
This study looks at a consolidated urology practice that has combined many physicians from many smaller groups, and how it is performing in terms of physician productivity.