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November 27th 2023
Private insurance covered over half of the visits, with Medicare, Medicaid, workers’ compensation, or self-pay accounting for almost 30%
University of Kentucky announces financial aid for Rural Physician Leadership Program.
Technology can streamline administrative tasks, freeing clinicians to spend more time for patients
The 5th Annual Advanced Practice Collaborative™
Advancing Care in Erosive Esophagitis: Towards a Path of Complete Healing
Shaping the Management of COPD with Biologic Therapy
Diversity in research: How to improve representation in clinical trials
Medical researchers have largely gone to white men to participate in studies. Health care leaders outline ways to cast a wider net, which will lead to better research and treatments for patients.
Almost half of Americans say their decisions about COVID-19 were affected by misinformation
COVID misinformation is part of a larger trend across all content areas and it is a major concern for many
Surge in preventive care visits over two decades holds promise for patient-physician relationships
Preventive visits nearly doubled between 2001 and 2019
Report finds disparities in cancer care services in hospitals serving high numbers of Black and Hispanic patients
Hospitals often lack access to advanced equipment.
No quick and easy answers for health care workforce shortages
Experts weigh in on current factors affecting the job market.
‘Independent medical practices are not dead’
AIMPA intends to become a new voice for independent physicians across all specialties, including primary care.
Red tape up, revenues down in 2023, MGMA says
Health care is hot in Washington, but survey shows regulatory burdens are hammering smaller, independent, primary care practices.
An Effective Methodology to Boost the Socio-Economic Diversity of U.S. Med Students and Future Doctors
The lack of socio-economic diversity among medical students is causing a growing health care and fiscal problem in the United States.
Inefficient EHRs hamper care professionals differently by role
Can the next generation of EHRs solve the problems of the current generation?
When doctors don’t talk to each other
How to improve communication between primary and specialty care.
Help doctors heed their calling: the urgent case for AI integration
Combining human expertise and artificial intelligence is the prescription for ensuring high-quality care while as physicians struggle amid an aging population and a shortage of health care professionals.
Positive and negative implications of No Surprises Act from the physician’s perspective
Why do medical practices sell to equity funds?
As hospitals and investors look to buy physician offices, there are strategies for doctors to maximize the purchase price.
USPSTF: More evidence needed to develop oral health exams in primary care
Physicians can use clinical expertise to check for tooth and gum conditions in patients.
NIOSH unveils campaign to reduce hospital employee burnout
Agency provides resources for improving working conditions, easing stigma around seeking mental health support
Health systems benefit from growing demand for outpatient procedures
Orthopedic services see major spike in volume
How captive insurance safeguards patient privacy in medical practices
Captive insurance is a powerful tool for addressing risk in medical practices
What physicians need to know about consumer wearable health technology
There is an ever-increasing array of devices with direct-to-consumer marketing, but how do they affect clinical practice?
Patient anxiety about doctor appointments could be solved with better education
Almost half of patients report feeling anxious before an appointment
Why Duplicate and Mismatched Patient Records Are a Bigger Problem Than You Think
Take action to ensure accuracy of patient information
Physician turnover: it’s not just about burnout
Practice culture, personal considerations are also significant contributing factors
Barriers to care access and how to address them through your practice’s digital front door
Supplying appropriate and accurate information online is the first step in building trust with patients.
AMA president shares perspectives on burnout, trust, hope in medicine
National Press Club learns about issues affecting a ‘health care system in crisis.’
Empowering physicians in the age of health care AI
AI is not just about automating administrative tasks – it can help with patient care too
'Frustrated, burned out, abandoning hope' – physicians need support now in Washington, D.C., and around the nation
Solutions for doctor shortage won’t be easy or fast, but they could be effective, AMA president says.
How medical coworking can support independent practice
Office space model lets doctors focus their time and resources on caring for patients
It’s getting harder to find and hire doctors
Percentage of searches filled dropped for fifth straight year in 2022, study finds
Staff retention: It takes more than just money
Training, tailored benefits and paths for career advancement help build loyalty and reduce employee attrition
What’s scaring practice owners this Halloween season?
As you look ahead to Halloween, November, and beyond, here are some key financial compass points to follow as you shore up your own business.
Ten tips for responding to patients in an emotional or behavioral crisis
Being empathetic and respectful are keys to defusing potentially dangerous situations with patients
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