Medical Economics readers discuss e-prescribing, maintenance of certification, the division of practice income, and whether seeing 10 patients per hour is a realistic goal.
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A member of the Medical Economics editorial board discusses what he sees as the differences between state-backed healthcare and patient-focused healthcare.
With increasing laws and regulations, it can seem nearly impossible to maintain a profitable practice. Don't despair. Here's are 6 tips to maintain a positive cash flow.
Have you had a buy-out offer from a health system? Here are some questions that you need to consider before signing on the dotted line.
See how one practice is keeping patient engagement a priority—and how your practice can follow its lead.
Several key provisions of the controversial law are set to go in effect over the course of 2013. See how they'll shape the practice of medicine.
If your practice is reaching capacity, you may be considering hiring a new doctor or not accepting new patients. Discover why you might just need to exercise tighter control over your appointment book.
New types of payment models have popped up recently, but payers have been slow to take notice. Here's why they need to take notice.
Whether you use an independent contractor in your practice or work as an independent contractor, be sure to consider several points when formalizing the arrangement.
The stakes are even higher for security breaches of health information, according to new rules for the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996.