Denials continue to frustrate medical practices. That’s why focusing on the 90 percent that are avoidable is important. That’s where the hidden revenue lies.
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ACP’s president, Jack Ende, outlines the organization’s stance not against guns, but rather firearm violence
A bipartisan bill introduced in Congress in January could help improve patient care while saving doctors time by allowing for electronic prior authorizations of Medicare Part D prescriptions.
Practice owners should stay vigilant in maintaining their risk mitigation strategies
A recent report in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) finds that the words physicians use are more important than they might realize. In fact, they could contribute to your economic success and your reputation as a physician.
Many physicians feel they don’t have a voice in the process. Here’s how to get one and make it heard.
Physicians answer to patients, not pharma, when it comes to the prescription of powerful opioids.
New physician survey sheds light on physician burnout—an epidemic that affects you and your patients.
Healthcare is not returning to paper, so rather than complain about the digital obstacles in their way, physicians should put that energy into meaningful change.
Physicians, especially primary care physicians (PCP), often bear the brunt of what many consider to be excessive regulatory requirements associated with patient care. Here are the most common administrative burdens, according to physicians.