To give care to others, physicians shouldn’t be afraid to get help November 10, 2017By Keith L. MartinFour out of 10 U.S. physicians reported they would be reluctant to seek formal medical care for treatment of a mental health condition for fear of repercussions to their licensure
In this issue
How physicians can stabilize revenue November 10, 2017By Jim DennyPhysician practices are facing confusion and frustration due to the shift to value-based care and the ever-rising cost of care. Physicians seeking to stabilize their revenue amidst this chaos typically find themselves facing several challenges. Navigating the rocky financial road ahead November 10, 2017By Todd ShryockStrategies for handling the early-year cash crunch How to assemble the right financial team to assist your practice November 10, 2017By Keith LoriaWhy physicians need financial advisers, attorneys and bankers Everything doctors need to know about modifier 25 November 10, 2017By Renee DowlingWhen to bill an office visit (with modifier 25) and a minor procedure. How to provide patients the up-front price of treatment November 10, 2017By John CampanelliPhysicians should consider revealing prices to meet. Is partnership still worth it for physicians? November 10, 2017By Jonna Daleiden EimerIn today’s market, partnerships come with a number of risks and uncertainties, leading physicians to question whether they truly want to be tied to a practice for the long term.