Lou Vadlamani, MD


Bringing cardiac care to the heart of rural America

The medical care disparity is widening between urban and rural America. What can we do about it?

Rema Padman


How to fight COVID with digital vaccines

As scientists endeavor to build biological vaccines for COVID-19, there is increasing recognition that societies must look beyond biological methods alone. This means “digital therapeutics,” are needed to change human behavior and build societal resilience.

Joshua Tarkoff, MD, MBA


Why improving communication can reduce physician burnout

Secure communications platforms can help reduce the hassle of trying to communicate with physicians, other care providers, staff, and patients.

Sandra Fyfe


ACIP 2023 Vaccination Schedule Update, At-a-Glance

The 2023 vaccination schedule, as recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.

Mark Schuster, MD, PhD


Making the case for self-care among physicians

Take care of yourself if you want to be able to take care of patients.

Craig Parker, JD


How care guidance support works

Care guidance supports physician practices and at-risk organizations to achieve health equity objectives and succeed in value-based care.

Ted Kyle


The physiology of obesity

What are the implications for primary care?

Scott A. Poulin


Cash balance pension plans can grow retirement savings

Cash balance pension plans are particularly well-suited to medical practices.

Christine Cooper


Minimal progress made for No Surprises Act

While there was widespread enthusiasm and expectations of relief from surprise balance billing, the No Surprises Act that went into effect Jan. 1, 2022 has made very little progress since its implementation.

Ted Ranney


Telehealth best practices: Building a long-term workflow

Here’s what we’ve learned about telehealth best practices from those that have been the most successful.

Laurie Hofmann, MPH


Uncovering the secrets of 2020’s top performing practices

Study provides key insights into the strategies and attributes of the best performing independent practices of 2020.

Greg Davis


Why your practice needs an internet contingency plan

Doctors and staff should know how to respond if internet goes down for prolonged periods

Jay Ackerman


How AI can add value to value-based care

Technology has potential to improve provider efficiency and patient outcomes

Joseph Grimaldi


Addressing the labor shortage crisis by improving the employee experience

There’s no single solution, but physicians, nurses, and managers all have roles in recruiting and retaining employees.

Patti Peets


Four strategies to reduce patient balances

Four simple steps can increase collection of patient balances while also preserving the practice-patient relationship.

Julia Laurin


When meds really matter

3 steps on the road to better patient outcomes

Dhiren Patel, PharmD, CECES, BC-ADM


Case Study: Reducing Renal Progression With SGLT-2 Inhibitors

A case study for a patient who required additional SGLT-2 inhibitors to help reduce progression of renal disease is presented, and Drs Robert Busch, Dhiren Patel, and Muthiah Vadugananthan share their final thoughts on renal protective agents.

Frank Ingari


Two critical meanings of health equity

A perspective on the CMS Innovation Center roundtable on health equity.

Anthony Comfort


Patient collection best practices to boost your bottom line

It’s important to understand current challenges that physician practices are facing with patient collections.

Beth Brooks, PhD, RN, FACHE


Health care hiring trends physicians need to know

Workplace predictions for this year and beyond

Peter Schoch


Six steps to improving equity in health outcomes

Understanding a patient's life circumstances is key to improving their health. Here's a guide for how to start.

Veeneta Lakhani


Beyond social responsibility: The missing business case for health equity

We’ve made little progress on health equity because we haven’t been able to frame the issue around business cases.

Ariel Glasner


Telehealth compliance programs avoid and mitigate risk

While telehealth represents tremendous opportunity for providers, it also poses substantial risk.

Michael Pattwell


Better data exchange is key to improving patient health outcomes

Interoperability solutions can also help health care industry achieve Quadruple Aim

Jason Considine


Full insurance coverage for COVID treatment is expiring. How will providers adapt?

The health care industry hasn’t fully adapted to treating patients as consumers the way other industries have.

Delaney Perl, JD


Closing your health care practice: What you need to know

Follow these general guidelines to minimize the effects on your patients

Tyler Rundell, PA-C


Identifying ‘white coat hypertension’ through remote patient monitoring

Understanding the different types of hypertension and leveraging remote patient monitoring can mean the right care intervention.

Elizabeth A. Delahoussaye, RHIA, CHPS
Elizabeth A. Delahoussaye, RHIA, CHPS


What physicians need to know about the civil rights complaint process

Don’t dread a call from OCR investigators. They are here to help physicians and other providers avoid astronomical monetary penalties.

Leia Spoor


Why advances in telehealth are an impactful and growing necessity

Use data to track how patients want to interact and how insurers will cover costs as 'hybrid' becomes the new normal.

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