Doctors can be a bit disorganized at times...
Frederick M. Cummings, JD, a medical malpractice attorney with Dickinson Wright, discusses proactive strategies for preventing a malpractice lawsuit.
Patient attitudes can often be more challenging than their health conditions. Here are strategies to deal with the most common issues.
The annual exam is significantly underutilized, but provides opportunity for both physicians and patients to make preventive care a priority.
How to reduce the compaints from Medicare patients who want multiple issues addressed in one visit.
Readers respond to recent articles.
Insight into a doctor's New Year's resolutions...
Many times a patient’s “Oh, by the way …” comment turns an encounter that was scheduled as a preventive medicine visit or a minor office surgery into something more.
Practice transformation to a direct pay or concierge model is one solution physicians are taking to deal with burnout, declining revenue and payer hassles.
James Underberg, MD, discusses how he left a large health system to open his own practice, and provides tips for physicians considering the same move.