The future of patient portals
In the years ahead, experts expect portals will move beyond the limited functionality they have today and transform into a user-friendly technology that put a patient’s whole health history into one easy-to-navigate online portal.
Five ways physicians can build wealth
Preserve earnings, bolster tax savings and better plan for the future.
What physicians need to know about cyber insurance
The growing threat of being hacked has more primary care physicians buying cyber insurance.
Blockchain can simplify physicians’ lives
Digital ledger holds the potential to improve practice processes, but don’t get blinded by hype.
New codes for care planning of cognitive-impaired patients
Should a family conference be captured with a time-based E/M code?
Estate protection: Plan early, plan often
Given their salaries and chances of getting sued, physicians should strongly consider estate planning after residency.
5 best practices to improve practice performance and patient satisfaction scores
Patients are comparing their healthcare experience against their experiences in retail and the service sector. And, let’s face it, healthcare hasn’t been known for providing modern, super engaging, seamless experiences.
Patient portals showing mixed results
Even though they’ve been available for decades, portals have yet to meet their lofty expectations, a situation for which both patients and doctors share the blame.
Your voice: Payers fracturing physician-patient relationship
Letters from our readers
Direct primary care does not equate to patient abandonment
While some claim it is unethical for physicians to go the direct-pay route, it actually provides better care to patients.
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