How to fix the primary care crisis
Why don’t more U.S medical school graduates enter primary care? This issue is critical because the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC) projects that there will be a shortage of 21,100 to 55,200 PCPs by 2032.
8 tips for avoiding employee handbook crises
Can your employee handbook get you in trouble? Many healthcare businesses have an employee handbook, or employee policy handout, but fail to update them on a regular basis.
Finding mobile health apps that work for doctors and patients
Mobile health (mHealth) apps are exploding in number and popularity, a development that presents new challenges for physicians: How do they determine which among the thousands of health-related apps on the market will help their patients? And how do they receive and process data from these apps in a form they can use?
Coronavirus practice guide, part 3: Addressing staff and patient concerns
As the COVID-19 coronavirus sweeps the globe and uncertainty increases, physicians and practice leaders should turn their attention to the welfare of their staffs and their patients.
Coronavirus practice guide, part 2: Crisis could boost telemedicine use
If the Coronavirus pandemic contains any silver lining for primary care doctors, it may be to speed the adoption of telemedicine and other alternatives to in-person patient visits.
Coronavirus practice guide, part 1: Financial steps to save your practice during the coronavirus outbreak
Practice leaders need to accept that their practice is most likely going to take a financial hit and start planning accordingly.
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