December 5th 2023
With planning and perseverance, small practices can still succeed against large practices and health care organizations
November 10th 2023
How to improve communication between primary and specialty care.
October 30th 2023
Let’s look at key considerations for health care leaders as they invest in innovation.
October 26th 2023
The following strategies can improve access to primary care.
August 30th 2023
Staying independent allows doctors to improve on what they do best by enabling them to be nimble and innovative while focusing on satisfaction of patients and staff.
The missing variable: The effect of physician replacements on healthcare spending
It’s time for health policy experts—and the public—to wake up and question whether replacing physicians with nonphysician practitioners is healthy for the state of our nation.
Your patients may soon be asking, “Do I have the flu or COVID-19?”
With COVID-19 cases resurging and the flu season fast approaching, we may see new concerns pop up, most especially with unvaccinated populations.
The COVID-19 pandemic accelerates patient use of on-demand care
Questions linger around COVID-19’s origin
Debate and discussion about the origin of the virus that causes COVID-19 have been at the forefront of the global consciousness since the first cases were reported in December 2019.
More independent doctors join price transparency movement
They are showing hospitals how it’s done.
Beyond urgent care: Why virtual second opinions are telehealth’s next value differentiator
Where is telehealth headed after the COVID-19 pandemic — and how can we optimize its value?
Are you prepared for inflation?
How physicians can protect our financial security.
Do you like being called a provider?
While the term has long been used to designate entities which could receive Medicare reimbursement, it could offend dedicated health professionals.
If hospitals want to cut readmission rates, do a better job teaching patients about self-care
A fundamental reason why hospitals consistently fall short on readmissions is a failure to empower and educate patients.
Moral distress, physician wellness and bioethics training: What the COVID-19 pandemic tells us about the future
One lesson is that moral distress and ethical challenges may be more frequent and impactful in medical care than previously realized.
How to help a physician colleague in distress
What can we do to prevent devastating outcomes?
How I Changed My Career and Transformed My Life by Acquiring a Concierge Practice
My route to becoming a concierge physician wasn't traditional.
Acquiring a Membership Practice: My Rapid Journey from Employed Physician to Thriving, Independent and Joyful Concierge Doctor
I was stuck and seeking a way out.
Match Day 2021 brings uncertain future for many graduating medical students
We talked to young physicians about the stress of the match.
The key to interoperability: safe, secure access to patient health data
Interoperability is only as secure as the weakest link in the information exchange chain.
Tackling Physician Burnout During a Pandemic
By optimizing technology as part of a wider strategy, practices can help physicians better manage their day-to-day.
We must use the vaccination infrastructure we already have
Pharmacy and Primary Care have been dramatically under-allocated COVID-19 vaccinations when compared to influenza distribution and administration.
Improving telehealth means addressing inequality in healthcare
As telehealth expands, it’s imperative that the industry address existing discrimination and inequality in healthcare instead of contributing to the problem.
Why Workforce Development for Value-Based Care is a Vital Issue to Address
The key enabler for the future of our industry is workforce readiness to deliver on the promise of high value, high quality care that delivers equitable outcomes for all.
Direct care model eliminates many sources of physician stress
Many of the most common challenges in medicine can be addressed through alternative practice models.
Physicians highly accepting of COVID-19 vaccine
Physicians discuss their COVID-19 vaccine choices, and how to convince patients to become vaccinated.
To solve the COVID-19 pandemic, we must empower primary care physicians and pharmacists
It is time for an all-hands-on-deck approach.
Can we stop wasting the COVID-19 vaccine?
We must get our act together and carry out a nationwide vaccination campaign efficiently and smartly
COVID-19 pandemic leads physicians to new hobbies
As dismal as the last year has been, the pandemic has offered a few tiny silver linings
How pharmaceutical innovation is saving the world
The COVID-19 vaccine, and the speed at which it was developed, is the medical breakthrough of our lifetimes.
Patient-doctor trust and the COVID-19 Vaccine
Without a regular source of primary care that patients can turn to, a critical voice for vaccine legitimacy is lost.
Price Transparency: It’s Just What the Doctor Ordered
New HHS rules could cure what ails doctors, too
Choosing a HIPAA cloud hosting provider
What are the key factors physicians should look out for?
Building on telehealth’s momentum
We’re at the point today where more people investment is needed to evaluate how, when, and where to best use the technology
Lessons Learned from the Universal Health Services Cyber Attack
Healthcare providers of all sizes must ensure they are doing their due diligence to protect their networks and their patients.
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