How can payers improve their relationship with physicians?
For the second year, Medical Economics has polled doctors to get to the heart of the payer-physician disconnect.
This special cereal helps doctors solve the ultimate code.
Experts say insurance companies sometimes underpay the contracted amount for a service or procedure—and practices often are unaware when it happens.
Physicians can be both firm and fair when employees need personal time away
Securing space to practice is a big decision. Make sure to weigh all the risks and benefits of both options first
Late appointment cancellations and missed appointments are common. Unfortunately, patient actions affect physicians and patients in multiple ways.
On Sunday, Oct. 1, 2017, Scott Scherr, MD, regional medical director for Team Health at Sunrise Hospital in Las Vegas, Nev., received a text message that no physician wants to read: an active shooter was on the Las Vegas strip.
Doctors who have lived through natural disasters advise their peers it’s impossible to over-prepare
Physicians and patients must unite to accomplish real changes with payers and policymakers.