Do no harm, even though your patient might.
For many physician practices, changes presumed to be temporary may become more permanent
Change is coming – and physicians might find it more difficult to get paid.
Even as we begin to envision a post-pandemic future, continuing backlogs and unsustainable workarounds and rising international turmoil supply fresh evidence that supply-chain fragility is untenable.
Spring has sprung, so it’s time for physicians to help patients feel better, maintain quality of life, and keep working.
Stopping some doctors from sharing unsound medical advice has proved challenging. Even defining misinformation has been difficult. And during the pandemic, resistance from some state legislatures is complicating the effort.
Leaders look to software for solutions that will lead to better patient care.
For concierge doctors, practicing in a model that completely reverses the traditional paradigm, the difference in chronic care can be profound.
Cyberattacks on healthcare networks have increased exponentially in recent years, but there are steps to protect your practice.
The physician and provider communities should find these new protections as welcome news.
COVID-19 pandemic shows importance of breaking down health care data silos
Faxes may seem safe, but is your system HIPAA-compliant?
More than two years into the pandemic, the healthcare industry has been altered tremendously.
There is a difference between investing during a recession and investing in anticipation of a recession.
Past Special Fraud Alerts have portended heightened enforcement activity.
The best way to issue flu shots might be for patients to never enter your office.
Primary care is inefficient, inconvenient, and often inaccessible, optimized neither for patient experience nor positive outcomes.
Creating safe care for everyone requires a concerted effort.
AACE algorithm supports clinical decision-making with person-centric approach to care.
There are four areas that must be addressed to solve the problem of physician burnout
Many physicians are concerned and seeking advice if they should move their money from local banks to larger banks.
What physicians with student loans need to know.
Patients from under-resourced populations lack the preventive health screenings and early interventions that can reduce the risk of illness or disability.
At the start of each year, everyone is clamoring to figure out what the next 12 months will be like when it comes to the stock market and investment outlook.
Recognizing that our own thoughts cause negative emotions can positively change everything
Hospital risk leaders are increasingly walking a liability and malpractice claim tightrope.
More medical and SDOH data is available now than ever before to clinicians, health care organizations and payors.