money management

Doctors spending over $32,000 on health information technology
Doctors spending over $32,000 on health information technologyMedical groups need to spend a lot of money to outfit, maintain and manage health information technology in their practices—more than $32,500 per year in for every single full-time doctor in the practice, according to a recent study.
Make smarter decisions with practice benefit dollarsHow to build an attractive employee benefit package that doesn’t break the bank.
False Claims Act penalties to double
False Claims Act penalties to doubleFalse Claims Act (FCA) penalties are set to steepen as the Justice Department has revamped the amount healthcare providers must pay for violations.
Top 8 tips to reboot your practiceWith all the pressures facing independent practices—from adjusting to value-based payments to meeting the growing demands of patients—business innovators may provide some key practice management lessons.
Skimping on financial advice could prove highly foolish for physicians
Skimping on financial advice could prove highly foolish for physiciansAs a physician, you can’t afford to go it alone with your finances.
Tips for physicians to retain more revenueFrom booking to billing, control your overhead.
How to utilize care coordination to boost practice incomeDoctors now can bill Medicare for transitional and chronic care managment, but not everyone will benefit.
Top 11 ways physicians can get the most out of CME on a budgetTips to get the most for your continuing medical education spending.
Top 8 insights into the financial status of PCPs todayWe already told you the top 12 secondary incomes for physicians, according to the latest edition of the Medical Economics Physician Report. But what about the rest of the financial state of primary care practices in the United States?
Top 12 secondary incomes for doctorsIf you are looking for extra income in today’s ever changing—and money grabbing—healthcare industry, there are several options for physicians. We recently asked our audience if they received a secondary income outside their practice or employer to find out the most popular secondary incomes they took advantage of for themselves.