When it comes to motivating employees, money isn’t everything. Sure, people have to make enough money to pay their bills. But when getting them to put in additional effort for the team, it takes more than a good paycheck.
ACP calls for a systemic overhaul of the system that would improve and expand healthcare in the U.S. in a series of policy papers.
Gain revenue by overcoming barriers to longitudinal comprehensive care
How to explain to patients that not all tests are part of their physical.
Practices must adhere to all record requests—or face legal consequences
In the wake of several years of highly publicized domestic abuse scandals, many employers are asking the same question: Can we fire an employee who has committed a crime, such as domestic violence?
Many patients find themselves with high deductible insurance plans leaving them on the hook for a larger percentage of the cost for their care.
How to handle misinformed patients.
A look at seven things that will impact physicians this year.
Frederick M. Cummings, JD, talks to Medical Economics about apology laws and what impact they have on patient relations and medical malpractice lawsuits.