The last thing Steven Maron, MD, expected when he was called into his administrator's office was to be fired.
Medical Economics Blog
We spoke with ChangeMaker John Hsu, MD, a Whittier, California-based anesthesiologist, on the need to intervene in the opioid crisis.
We spoke with ChangeMaker John Hsu, MD, a California-based anesthesiologist on the need to intervene in the opioid crisis.
It's ironic: Experts in health IT concur that a major reason for healthcare systems shifted from paper to digital records was to reduce medical errors, but at the same time research has shown that EHRs actually introduce new kinds of errors.
I believe that it is high time that medical doctors (not “providers”) rise up and regain our rightful and long-lost place at the top of the medical hierarchy.
A recent Mayo Clinic study on physician satisfaction with their EHRs showed that only 36 percent of 6,375 physicians interviewed were satisfied with their use.
How to avoid losing money at your practice
It isn’t just millennials who are switching doctors. Loyal, long-term baby boomer patients are looking for a better experience elsewhere.
An essential part of evaluation and management documentation is HPI
Prior authorizations have always been a source of frustration for physicians, but a new industry effort that includes medical groups and insurers has been established to try to streamline the process.