Chris Mazzolini is the editorial director of Medical Economics.
Pathways to concierge medicine
While the historical pathway for a physician to move into the concierge medicine model was to work with a management company to convert their existing, independent practice, things have changed.
How the current state of the health care system is driving patients — and physicians — to concierge medicine
Many physicians are transitioning to concierge medicine to meet increasing patient demand for better choices in their care.
How an administrative partner can help your practice thrive
How one medical practice is growing and expanding with the help of a third-party vendor.
Perfect the revenue cycle to supercharge practice income
The revenue cycle management (RCM) process is critical for the financial performance of a medical practice. But what is the best way for a practice to handle the RCM process?
7 things physicians should never say to patients
Saying the wrong thing to a patient can harm that relationship or even contribute to a malpractice lawsuit
Physician author takes on physician moral injury
New book by Wendy Dean, M.D., discusses the disconnect between physicians’ ethics and beliefs and our health care system.
Healthcare's digital transformation: A conversation with Hadi Chaudhry of CareCloud
A wide-ranging discussion with CareCloud CEO Hadi Chaudhry on the latest trends, from AI and ChatGPT, to machine learning and digitization.
Physician author takes on moral injury in medicine in new book
Wendy Dean, MD, sits down to talk about her new book, "If I Betray These Words: Moral Injury in Medicine and Why It's So Hard For Clinicians to Put Patients First."
How to navigate a malpractice case
A conversation with Hugh Francis III, MD, about the steps to take if you are sued for malpractice.
Navigating a malpractice suit
A malpractice defense attorney explains how to prevent a lawsuit
Medical malpractice attorneys that defend physicians have seen the gamut of issues that come up when a physician faces a lawsuit. So what should a physician do when dealing with such a career crisis?
How physicians can deal with the ‘tripledemic’ of COVID-19, RSV and influenza
The 2022 respiratory season is shaping up to be uniquely challenging. How can you prepare?
Dispelling the myths of remote patient monitoring
The COVID-19 testing landscape: AI, Connected Care, and trends to watch for
Experts from BD discuss the latest trends in the COVID-19 testing market.
Proposed opioid prescribing guidelines: 12 recommendations for clinicians
The CDC has called the proposed 2022 opioid guidelines voluntary and not intended to be an “inflexible standard.”
The threats and opportunities facing primary care physicians
A recent survey of primary care physicians outlined what they see as the major threats and opportunities facing the profession.
Investment and Planning Strategies during Market Decline: Tips from Syed Nishat, BFA
The stock market has been volatile lately. Should this change your investment strategy?
The policy changes needed to improve family medicine
We need to rethink how we pitch — and train — the specialty of family medicine.
What primary care doctors can do today to make practicing better
How family medicine physicians can gain back control and empowerment in their careers.
How COVID-19 has impacted primary care
The pandemic has made physician independence even more precarious.
How physicians becoming employees has affected primary care
As physicians shift from practice owners to employees, what can be done to improve primary care?
Why so many patients don’t have a primary care doctor anymore
Is the health care system hostile to the physician-patient relationship?
The history of family medicine as a specialty
How family medicine has changed thru the years And why family medicine has changed.
Why family medicine is in a crisis
Author Timothy Hoff, PhD, explains why he focused on the issues with family medicine in his new book.
Physicians, are you ready for a ransomware attack?
The future of COVID-19 testing
What the BA.2 variant, the ending of mask mandates and allergy season means for COVID-19 testing.
Why artificial intelligence in health care needs regulation
‘Good machine learning practices’ are needed to address the unique social, legal, and ethical concerns potentially raised by AI.
Avoiding the ‘telehealth cliff’: What happens after the public health emergency
Congress will have to take action to keep the telehealth floodgates open, so uncertainty remains.
Is your practice information blocking?
Determine if your practice is data blocking before it costs you.
Are AI assistants key to fixing physician burnout?
The results of physician trials led by the AAFP Innovation Lab are very promising.
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