Even small practices can get top talent with the right recruiting strategies.
Mary K. Pratt
The federal government is pushing forward with regulatory action that it hopes will end data blocking and promote more sharing of patient information.
As physicians add telehealth services to their practices, they need to consider legal and compliance issues around providing such care, from telemedicine-specific regulations to state licensure requirements and even malpractice-related questions.
Small practices can have trouble recruiting top talent. Here are some tips to help you out.
How to attract and retain physicians and other providers
What does the shrinking market mean for physicians?
The evolution of cognitive technology has the potential to transform the way physicians work.
The policies, technology, security, and reimbursement guidelines a practice needs in place to make telemedicine work
Keeping credit card information on file can ensure patients pay their bills and that those payments come through promptly, but it comes with risks.
Minimize or eliminate EHR frustration by dedicating a “superuser” in the practice.