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.
Coding ICD-10 may be easier than getting claims paid
Here are physician quotes after week two of the ICD-10 coding transition taken from Medical Economics' ICD-10 Diary project.
Top 15 must-have apps for medical practices
From apps to help patients track their wellness to disease research and clinical information at the tap of an icon, here are peer-recommended apps to download today.
CMS delays start of Meaningful Use 3
Final Rule makes additional changes to reporting requirements
Letter: Meaningful use is meaningless for my patients
The following is excerpted from a response to a letter published in the July 25, 2015 issue of Medical Economics by Elmer F. Toro, M.D. It is followed by his response to this and other letters of support he has received.
Tort reform still represents the pain of an ailing system
Group Editor Daniel Verdon says tort reform is just one part of a complex problem encompassing providers, payers, physicians, and the justice system.
Editor's Blog: Doctor, this might hurt a little
Physicians are facing a cascade of change, and primary care doctors will lead them through it.
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