Candidates are ignoring issues important to physicians.
Get paid what you are owed.
Read about the ten challenges Medical Economics believes will be important to physicians in the upcoming year.
Patient medical records are undergoing a seismic shift. But this shift is happening quickly, in many ways too quickly for either physicians or the laws and regulations pertaining to medical records to keep up.
The millennials have arrived, and they are shaking up the workplace—including the practice of medicine.
Doctors need a financial playbook that responds to their distinct careers. Keeping the cashflow to your practice flexible is important when starting out, but don't forget to plan for retirement.
Interoperability may be a noble goal, but health care providers are still a long way from reaching it.
How to avoid coding problems and ensure you earn what you're due
Becoming a patient-centered medical home (PCMH) presents both opportunities and challenges for medical practices. If you’re thinking of seeking PCMH recognition or recertification, take heed of the following lessons from practices...
The fight against the pressures facing independent primary care practices can take many forms. For some, it has meant joining forces with other practices to attain the benefits that come with size without sacrificing their day-to-day...