Ellen J. Belzer
Here are quick ways to evaluate and refine your communication style to better suit your patients' needs.
James M. Giovino
In QI, enacting a positive change within your practice isn't the end. You must continue moving forward.
Michael K. Magill
Your clinical practice has planted the seeds of leadership skills, but they need intensive cultivation to flourish.
H. Jeffrey Wilkins, Richard J. Pierotti, Robert J. Motley, Hal D. Cohan, James L. Conrad, R. Lawrence Derstine, Peter Mertzanis, A. Douglas Bender
Managed care has pushed physicians into new practice arrangements, but none is positioned for success like the physician-owned group.
Al N. Hawks
This group thrives by keeping doctors in control and by putting the interests of primary care physicians first.
Joseph A. Cincotta
Following these ‘commandments’ leads doctors along a path of humility, commitment to the group — and success.
Robert L. Edsall
One aphorism we have heard frequently from practice integration consultants over the past few years is, “The magic is not in the model.” That is, there is no “best” integration model: The fact that, say, a physician-hospital organization (PHO) down the road is going great...
Joe D. Haines, Jr.
Joseph J. Baum, Lynn Terry
Charles H. Cummings
Kent J. Moore
Take preventive steps now if you don't want your practice to catch the Y2K bug in its interactions with Medicare.
Kent J. Moore
They can help you code for your services more accurately and get paid for the work you really perform.
HCFA's Y2K hotline now available | OIG finds providers lagging in Y2K preparation | AHCPR announces new prevention topics | How salaried physicians are being paid | Charity care suffers in managed care | QI brings improvements in Medicare | Microchip enables precise drug...
Sanford J. Brown
Endurance | Malpractice | Diets | Electronic data
Robert H. Moon
To harness the best ideas for improvement and to help build support for them, let everyone's voice be heard.
Thomas G. Savel
Its ease of use and flexibility make it a helpful tool for managing information from the most mundane to the most complex.
David C. Kibbe
The Internet and World Wide Web are great resources for doing literature searches, accessing evidence-based guidelines and communicating with your patients. But are these tools ready for the exam room?
Kent J. Moore, Todd C. Dicus, Gail Levy, Alice G. Gosfield
FPs and productivity | ADA's effect on solo practice | Optimal practice size | Supervising MLPs
These techniques will turn your mountain of work into a manageable molehill.
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