A slideshow with nine things physicians can do to make the prior authorization process easier.
The multidisciplinary nature of healthcare requires a team approach to effectively navigate risks and opportunities.
As the number of women doctors grows, many are trying to square that promise with the systemic challenges they face.
David B. Wright, MD, an internist from Memphis, tells Medical Economics about the benefits of running a direct pay practice, how it has improved his relationship with his patients, and their health outcomes.
Americans have seen their primary care physicians less and less- here's why.
Mergers in healthcare are nothing new, but sometimes they can go too far.
While there are many key concepts and strategies to be aware of prior to and during any lease or purchase negotiation, there are an equal or greater number of mistakes to avoid.
Patient identification is in desperate need of an overhaul—and biometrics could be the answer.
In some cases even small improvements in revenue and operating efficiencies can make the difference between staying independent and selling or merging a practice,
The top three barriers identified.