practice management

How group visits can improve chronic condition managementWith preparation and team effort, group sessions can be a revenue stream, improve care and boost patient satisfaction.
5 zones of your practice that need TLCTrue success comes from consistently giving attention to every part of the practice, not focusing all of your attention on one area at a time.
POC influenza testing: State of the artWith the introduction of point-of-care (POC) molecular assays, pediatricians can diagnosis influenza A and B during the office visit with sensitivity and specificity comparable to reference assays.
Top 3 tips for successful patient engagement
Top 3 tips for successful patient engagementThe most effective care happens when patient engagement is central to the process, not just a check mark on a box related to a business decision or government mandate.
Shared decision making unites physicians, patientsWhy engaging patients in the process is key to succeeding under value-based care.
3 steps to get ready for MACRA
3 steps to get ready for MACRAMany practices are not sure how best to approach and prepare for compliance with the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) payment reforms. Here are some short-term changes practices can implement to prepare.
3 ways to reassess your goals heading into Q4As summer winds down and the holidays begin to come into focus, it’s beneficial to take time to reevaluate the goals we set forth months prior. It’s time to take a look at how we’ve progressed in accomplishing them.
Female doctors still facing harassment despite awareness
Female doctors still facing harassment despite awarenessIncreased awareness hasn’t eliminated the problem for female physicians
Concierge medicine becomes an option in reform eraOnce considered medicine for the rich, concierge practice may be worth exploring for doctors facing today’s challenges
The wearable future comes to medical practicesSmart glasses and other wearable technologies could become as ubiquitous in the exam room as a stethoscope or blood pressure cuff, giving doctors not only another tool to deliver quality care but helping to bolster their personal connections with patients.