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Just a physician trying to make an extra buckHave any better ideas?
How to navigate direct pay successfully
How to navigate direct pay successfullyFocus on patients not payers
Giving a new meaning to self pay patientsThe future perhaps?
Why do women physicians experience burnout more than men?
Why do women physicians experience burnout more than men?The statistics are clear: Physicians are burned out, miserable and trying to get out of the clinical practice of medicine, and women physicians are leading the pack at twice the level of burnout as their male colleagues.
Here's why membership medicine is gaining physician attention
Here's why membership medicine is gaining physician attentionPatients pay fees for bundle of services instead of—or in addition to—going through insurance
Here is the key to maintain a thriving practice
Here is the key to maintain a thriving practiceHealthcare is unique in the limits physicians have to predict practice revenue from a variety of payer models.
How to succeed under MIPSWith major changes coming to Medicare this year, doctors must decide now how to tackle payment reform
Patient discounts the fine line between leniency and liabilityReducing fees out of kindness should be done properly to avoid potential legal problems
President Trump to take healthcare in new direction
President Trump to take healthcare in new directionExperts say the impact on policy will likely be greater than on individual physicians and practices
It’s a mistake if you don’t pay employees for federal holidays
It’s a mistake if you don’t pay employees for federal holidaysMost medical practices welcome the major federal holidays and the opportunity for the entire staff to take a day off. A day when the doors are locked, however, is also a day that generates no income for the practice. It begs the question: Should the practice pay its employees a day’s wages for the holiday?