4 ways doctor reimbursement could change next year
Many of the proposals are aimed at reducing the paperwork and compliance burden on physicians. Whether they can achieve this goal remains to be seen.
Getting a handle on healthcare paperwork
Take a serious look at what is being done, when, and by whom, to answer the questions of what is necessary work for patients and for the business.
5 interview questions for your next physician hire
This face-to-face encounter enables physicians and other staff to get to know a candidate in ways that go beyond a resume on a desk and letters of recommendation.
Future uncertain for internationally trained docs
Restrictions and backlogs on work visas have existed for a long time, but critics say it’s gotten worse under President Trump, who has made reducing immigration a centerpiece of his administration.
What’s behind the growth of urgent care clinics?
Urgent care isn’t booming only because of physicians seeking a better work-life balance. Other factors driving the industry’s growth include patient demand, convenience, and costs.
Succeed at urgent care
What to consider before investing-and what it takes to win.
Coding for mental health issues
One of the best opportunities to learn about a patient’s mental health is during the annual preventive visit.
How Yelp made me a better doctor
A runner-up of the 2018 Physician Writing Contest shares how she learned from a bad review.
How blockchain could make waves in healthcare
The technology has the potential to streamline healthcare delivery.
Your voice: Portal problems not extensively outlined
Letters from our readers
The next big EHR interoperability idea?
Eliminate fax machines.
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