Expert Interviews

Overcoming patient concerns about in-person visits

September 23, 2020

David Zetter, founder of Zetter HealthCare LLC, says practices can ease patients’ safety concerns by informing them of all the safety measures the practice has put in place.

How to save independent medical practices

September 22, 2020

While independent medical practices face significant challenges, they are an important part of the health care market and need to be protected.

Ensuring patient and staff safety during the COVID-19 pandemic

September 21, 2020

Practices need to follow CDC guidelines

How to vet a telemedicine vendor

September 18, 2020

Succeeding at telemedicine into the future requires selecting the right third-party vendor. Here are some tips.

Do you see permanent changes that will make it difficult for physicians to remain independent?

September 18, 2020

Small groups will still be at a disadvantage with payers after COVID.

Telemedicine offers the potential for increasing their revenue

September 17, 2020

David Zetter, founder of Zetter HealthCare LLC, says that with careful preparation, practices can profit from telehealth after the COVID-19 pandemic has ended.

The changing requirements for telehealth billing

September 16, 2020

David Zetter, founder of Zetter HealthCare LLC, says practices need to closely monitor their payers’ requirements for telehealth billing, because they are changing constantly.

Hospital, private equity or super group: Pros and cons of different practice arrangements

September 15, 2020

Analyzing different ways practices can stay competitive, including hospital arrangements, private equity and forming a super group.

How has the COVID pandemic made it more difficult for physicians to remain independent?

September 15, 2020

Drops in patient volume is just one factor hurting practices nationwide

Are more independent practices joining hospital systems due to the pandemic?

September 14, 2020

Practices unable to survive financially due to the pandemic have simply been closing, rather than selling themselves to hospital systems.