Improving the patient experience can build up your practice
What can you do to keep patients happy? Medical Economics asked the practice management experts for their advice.
How assistance can ease EHR transition
You don't have to handle EHR implementation on your own. Learn how one doctor depended on others to achieve meaningful use.
How to deal with EHR implementation
Afraid to face the inevitability of EHR Implementation? See the best ways one doctor dealt with it.
Why some medical schools don't teach students how to use EHRs
A lack of educational mandate is one reason that many medical schools do not teach their students how to use electronic health record (EHR) systems, even though use of the systems is increasing in the practice of medicine.
Home-based care gets trial run
Does primary care provided at home improve outcomes for chronically ill patients? Practices participating in a new study will help reveal any benefits.
Sensor aims to increase medication adherence
The FDA approves new technology designed to help ensure patients take their medications as prescribed. Here's how it works.
What new doctors expect when job-hunting
If you're trying to attract new physicians to your practice, read on to learn what they're looking for.
Patients not pleased with electronic records, new poll reveals
You may be learning to love your EHR, but your patients don't share your enthusiasm. Find out why.
AMA effort aims to help improve data reports from insurers
What's the point of getting physician performance information from payers if you don't know how to read it? See who has stepped up to help you make sense of it all.
34% of doctors will leave profession within 10 years: poll
Many physicians plan to leave the medical profession in 10 years, a new survey shows. Find out why--and what it means for an aging patient population.
Patient-sharing networks reveal doctor similarities
Your interactions with other physicians may be more telling than ever, according to researchers studying the influence doctors have on each other.
Medical Economics' EHR Best Practice Study participants discuss experiences
Four of the participants in Medical Economics' EHR Best Practices Study share their experiences, ranging from closing in on meeting meaningful use requirements to using a computer for the first time.
Why patients who don't agree with you stay silent
Communication in the exam room can get complicated, according to recently published research. Discover why your patients are reluctant to reveal their preferences--and what needs to happen for them to change.
PCPs are in high demand, but not those who go solo
A survey that tracks recruiting assignments reveals trends in hiring and compensation for primary care physicians. Find out how these findings could affect your bottom line.
New curriculum teaches cost considerations
Under a new course of study, internal medicine residents will learn how to help patients cut healthcare costs. Could these tools change the way you practice medicine, too?
New healthcare laws help physicians and patients, data show
The results are in: Healthcare-related laws have improved healthcare for millions of Americans and put cash in doctors' pockets. See the data that back it up.
AMA studies coding, elects new officers, examines claims payments
The AMA seeks alternatives to ICD-10, elects physicians like you to its board, and reveals how insurance companies fare on claims payments.
AARP helps give members easy access to their health info
Patients 50 and older have a new way to keep track of their medical histories. Find out how it can keep your patients better informed.
Research aims to address electronic health record malpractice risks
A new study will examine how your use of electronic health records may result in serious mistakes and will create new tools that may help protect you against claims of malpractice.
Consumer Reports rates physician practices
Consumer Reports has published ratings of physician practices in Massachusetts. See what it takes to get to the top of the list before the survey comes to your state.
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