The physician-patient relationship has changed
Physicians must change with it.
How to integrate health apps at the point of care
What physicians can do to harness patient-collected data.
The rising price of insulin
How can physicians help their patients?
Six tips to getting paid for CPT modifiers
What physicians can do to collect the payment they deserve while also avoiding compliance risk.
Patients take charge: How physician-patient relationships are changing
How physicians can adapt to the patient empowerment trend
IT services at your practice: In-house or outsourced?
A look at both approaches, examining the pros and cons of each, and when, or if, it can make sense to combine the two.
Your voice: Primary care is dying because burdens are too great
Letters from our readers
New 2019 regulations for BMI coding
Can an ICD-10-CM body mass index (BMI) code be used as a stand-alone code?
The risk of direct care
There are concerns that could swallow up the direct primary care movement and shunt it from being a potential salvation for our system to a flash in the pan.
Getting off the corporate treadmill
Physicians are thinking outside the box early in their careers.
Top 4 healthcare trends for 2019
An overwhelming number of new medical technologies promises to improve diagnostics and increase efficiencies in healthcare-and we’ll start to see these improvements soon.
Ease patients' financial pain points through billing transparency
If physicians address these three pain points in a way that puts patients' needs first, they should be able to create the type of experiences patients will enjoy and tell the world about.
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