Jonathan Kaplan, MD, MPH, reflects on what he learned from buying a plastic surgery practice.
The occasional negative patient complaint online can actually turn out to be a good thing for your reputation.
This face-to-face encounter enables physicians and other staff to get to know a candidate in ways that go beyond a resume on a desk and letters of recommendation.
A runner-up of the 2018 Physician Writing Contest shares how she learned from a bad review.
The financial questions to ask before deciding whether to buy a vacation home.
Making a cultural shift in terms of patient payments and bad debt isn’t easy, but it helps both those giving and receiving care.
While physicians may prefer to focus their attention on patient care, it’s imperative to carefully analyze expenses and calculate how every business decision can affect overall profitability.
Frequent use of social media is common, but it can cause some problems in a medical practice setting.