5 ways primary care physicians can make their practices LGBTQ+ friendly
With the number of LGBTQ+ families set to rise at historic rates in the near future, it’s time for physicians to make their practices more inclusive and welcoming to the specific needs of the community.
How to earn money monitoring INR levels
Two new CPT codes allow payment when physicians order, review, and interpret new INR test results-even when patients self-test at home
How practices can keep patients in the age of consumerism
In the past, a practice could offer a handful of Saturday appointments and that was about the only convenience patients expected. But patients are now demanding the same expectations from practices that they do from restaurants or retailers, and if they don’t get them, they find another doctor.
Understanding the 2019 changes to Medicare’s teaching physician guidelines
The 2019 changes at first glance seem to have minor changes, but if you are supervising residents, the documentation requirements are now higher.
Working with patients to manage diabetes
Primary care physicians, working in an environment where patients need to be evaluated, monitored, and motivated in short office visits, sometimes struggle to effectively treat patients with diabetes.
Can online physician reviews really measure quality of care?
Online reviews may be an accurate predictor of one key area of your work, according to a first-of-its-kind study. Discover the surprising result that could affect your reputation.
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