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Keith Loria
Keith Loria is a contributing writer to Medical Economics.
Many physicians work when sick
Many physicians work when sick
Why do doctors feel they need to stay on the job when ill?
Is a scribe right for you?
A look at why more physicians are turning to medical scribes
Fallout of the CVS/Aetna merger
Fallout of the CVS/Aetna merger
What the CVS-Aetna deal means for PCPs
How to assemble the right financial team to assist your practice
Why physicians need financial advisers, attorneys and bankers
Judge says apologies can't be used in malpractice suits
Judge says apologies can't be used in malpractice suits
The Ohio Supreme Court recently ruled that an apology by a medical provider that includes an admission of liability cannot be admitted as evidence in a civil lawsuit against the provider.
Why are physicians holding off on retirement?
Why are physicians holding off on retirement?
There was a time when doctors looked forward to retiring after a successful career, looking to vacation, play golf and spend more time with their families. But these days, it seems more physicians are halting retirement plans.
How to encourage patients to post online reviews
How to encourage patients to post online reviews
A look at how doctors can get their patients to leave online reviews.
Easy tips for physicians to reduce billing errors
Up to 80% of all medical bills contain mistakes, so what can be done to fix this problem?
Everything doctors need to know about patient sexual orientation, gender identity
Many health experts believe that by knowing whether a patient is lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or straight, physicians can be more alert to a person’s medical needs and more thoughtful in interactions.
How to keep your patients from switching physicians
How to keep your patients from switching physicians
Ending the revolving door of patients.