Healthcare’s transition from volume- to value-based compensation means practices will have to transform the way they deliver care if they are to survive.
Outside the media spotlight, many primary care practices face the basic challenge of staying afloat financially.
No one likes to fire an employee, but if someone is dragging down the practice, it’s time to make a change
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Within many physicians practices, there is a relatively untapped resource for optimizing revenue—business operations data. There has never been a better time to dive into this type of data—it can show both areas of strength and opportunities for improvement.
In "The Last Word," John N. Frank talks about the future of the 21st Century Cures Act and how it could lead to an increase of medications in the marketplace.
Medical Economics is proud to unveil the honorable mention entries in our 2015 Physician Writing Contest. We believe the essays exemplify what connecting with your patients is truly about, and demonstrate the levels of heart, determination, and empathy you strive to bring into every exam room, every day. Thanks for reading.
Small practices often have the weakest security, experts say, leaving physician vulnerable to considerable threats.
Read about the ten challenges Medical Economics believes will be important to physicians in the upcoming year.
Don’t wait until April 15 to focus on tax planning for yourself and your practice. Here’s how to get off to a positive start on the 2016 tax season.