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Too many drugs: solutions to polypharmacy problemsPhysicians discuss managing prescriptions for patients with chronic, comorbid conditions
Here is the key to maintain a thriving practice
Here is the key to maintain a thriving practiceHealthcare is unique in the limits physicians have to predict practice revenue from a variety of payer models.
How to combat TV drug ads the right way
How to combat TV drug ads the right wayPhysicians often find that advertisements for prescription drugs generate inappropriate demand among patients and lead to time-consuming conversations that might otherwise not be needed.
The problem of martyrdom in medicine
The problem of martyrdom in medicineDoctors, like everyone else, are human. It’s time that we not only acknowledge that to ourselves, but to the world.
You had better be savvy with your coding
You had better be savvy with your codingWith the change in payment focusing on quality medicine instead of the old-fashioned fee for service, providers better be savvy with their coding or they will lose out on the money needed to run their practices.
Strategies for making PCP practices more efficient
Strategies for making PCP practices more efficientYour primary care practice team may not be as efficient as it could be, particularly for patients with complex, chronic health needs.
Boost your revenue in 2017 and beyond
Boost your revenue in 2017 and beyondThe start of a new year is a good time to think about new ways of growing practice revenue. Treat this as an opportunity to pause and think strategically.
Borrowing from the theater to aid your practice's patient relationsI’ve never acted but I enjoy the theater, and so in order to make each second with my obstetrics patients count, I’ve come to think of them as patrons at a show watching a short play.
Floridas suicide ruling puts physicians at riskDecision could hold doctors liable for something they have little control over
President Trump to take healthcare in new direction
President Trump to take healthcare in new directionExperts say the impact on policy will likely be greater than on individual physicians and practices