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.

Jiang Li, PhD


Examining hospital-at-home from a myriad of perspectives

How technology providers, researchers, administrators, and facilitators view the possibilities.

Joe Murad


Obesity: How do we treat America’s silent killer without breaking the economy?

Massive amounts of money are spent on obesity's downstream effects — and not enough on addressing the cause.

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.

Randal Schultz, Esq.


Why do medical practices sell to equity funds?

As hospitals and investors look to buy physician offices, there are strategies for doctors to maximize the purchase price.

Laura Kreofsky


Readying “traditional healthcare” for the retail revolution

Healthcare is undergoing a seismic and highly visible shift that poses a serious threat to traditional care providers.

Ahmet Ergin, MD, FACE


It’s not too late to remind patients about diabetes management during the holidays

Primary care physicians and patients also must look beyond seasonal snacks and stressors to long-term teamwork.

Ronald L. Gelzer, MD


How primary care physicians should be paid

We need to rethink reimbursement for doctors and how patients are treated in the U.S. health care system.

Sandra Christensen


How to engage in effective clinical conversations about obesity

Small shifts in your communication style and tactics when discussing obesity with patients can significantly impact how your message is received.

Joe Rivets, CPC


CMS quietly resumes practice audits

If your organization is selected for an audit, remember that you have options.

Branden Neish, MBA


Empowering patients and providers: the role of generative AI in bridging the gap

Computer-generated help will allow primary care physicians to make more, better connections with their patients.

Anas Atrash, MD, FACP


It Wasn't All COVID-19: Resident Distress and Reasons for It Among Different Specialties During the Pandemic

Traditional stresses of residency training were subjected to the demands of the pandemic.

David McCormick


Unlocking the potential of remote patient monitoring

People, process, technology and finance are keys to success

Brett Hina


5 tips for hitting your year-end business goals

Time for a mid-year check-in to make sure you are on track

Greg McKinney


How data helps physicians improve operations and achieve health equity goals

Federal agencies are taking steps to embed systemic health equity practices into their policies and operations to fortify the resilience of our nation's healthcare system and help all Americans reach optimal health outcomes.

April N. Kapu, DNP, APRN


Response: Full practice authority for nurse practitioners needed to address physician shortage

We are facing a primary care crisis in this country that existed before COVID-19, but which has most certainly been exacerbated by it.

Nicole Fick


Medical practice efficiency is possible even with a small staff

Yes, medical practices are struggling with staffing during the Great Resignation. But you can still get stuff done with a small staff.

Heather Randall, PhD


Payment tokenization: What it is and what it does for health care

Store patients’ payment data for future use securely and with less risk

Ada D. Stewart, MD, FAAFP


Primary care physicians must listen, educate, vaccinate

Back-to-school season is prime time to reach parents and children about immunizations.

Richard Payerchin


FTC to vote on banning noncompete clauses for physicians, other clinicians and in general

Federal regulators announce public meeting next week on issue that is divisive in health care.

Austin Ward


AI Special Report: The benefits of automated medical coding

Artificial intelligence has the potential to change medicine for the better

John J Russell, MD, FAAFP


Future of Influenza Vaccination and Takeaway Points

Jason Lee, M.S., Ph.D.(c), and John J. Russell, M.D., discuss the future of influenza vaccination and provide key takeaways from the study.

Karlene Kerfoot PhD, RN, FAAN


Optimized health care operations paramount to reducing the workforce shortage and improving patient care

To thrive in 2023 and beyond, organizations need to devise ways to continue delivering exceptional care without placing more stress on their workforce.

Eddie J. Brito


Inefficient EHRs hamper care professionals differently by role

Can the next generation of EHRs solve the problems of the current generation?

Chris Martini


How digital tools can help practices succeed in value-based care

Employing the right technology can bring improvement in key performance metrics

Laura Petracek, Ph.D., LCSW


Primary care doctors play a crucial role in treating alcoholism

Screening and timely interventions can improve patient outcomes while reducing costs