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How to use scribes to get off the computer and in front of patientsElectronic health records (EHR) have the ability to transform the current healthcare system into a place of efficiently executed, high-quality, and patient-centered medicine, but only if physicians know how to use these systems to their maximum potential.
The largest cause of medical errors is congressThere has been much published in both the medical and lay press about the magnitude of errors in medicine. This is a contentious subject with wildly variable results most likely due to the difficulties associated with the many and varied complexities of clinical medicine.
The digital disconnect in post-acute careHealth IT change is coming to nursing facilities and home health agencies, fixing a problem for physicians
Just a physician trying to make an extra buckHave any better ideas?
Diabetes responsible for more U.S. deaths than previously thoughtPrevious estimates based on cause of death on death certificates underestimated the problem.
Abdominal obesity linked to risk of type 2 diabetesA genetic predisposition to having increased abdominal fat increased risk for diabetes and heart disease, according to a new study.
What the Obamacare repeal bill means for physicians
What the Obamacare repeal bill means for physiciansThe new bill looks to change how healthcare is financed for people who do not have insurance through their employer, and would eliminate the mandate requiring all Americans to carry health insurance.
4 reasons to consider automated patient paymentsWith no sign of slowing, it’s essential for practices to develop strong, automated patient payment strategies to stay financially healthy.
How physicians can deal with policy uncertaintyWith rapid change coming from the nation’s capital, doctors are wondering what it means to their practices
Physicians should rethink their revenue streamsWeighing new services