Healthcare’s transition from volume- to value-based compensation means practices will have to transform the way they deliver care if they are to survive.
Outside the media spotlight, many primary care practices face the basic challenge of staying afloat financially.
No one likes to fire an employee, but if someone is dragging down the practice, it’s time to make a change
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Within many physicians practices, there is a relatively untapped resource for optimizing revenue—business operations data. There has never been a better time to dive into this type of data—it can show both areas of strength and opportunities for improvement.
Electronic health record pop-up notices, intended to help physicians by providing timely reminders and alerts, could end up actually compromising patient care. Customizing the system and integrating it into the practice workflow is one of the best strategies for appropriately and efficiently using alerts—and avoiding potential alert fatigue.
The challenge for many practices is to provide PCMH without adequate funding as we wait for value-based programs to become more prevalent.
Coding and billing advice from the experts.
With statistics showing that patients are increasingly going online for healthcare information, managing a physician’s online reputation within the confines of the law and policies regulating professional behavior is becoming more important than ever.
In "The Last Word," John N. Frank talks about the future of the 21st Century Cures Act and how it could lead to an increase of medications in the marketplace.