Gregory J. Mertz
When this family practice learned how to delegate, make wise use of technology and trim its staff, it gained $200,000 per year.
Jack Jue, Anthony F. Jerant
If you know how to use modern word-processing software, you can create your own electronic medical records.
Chantal M.L.R. Brazeau
Malpractice accusations can be emotionally devastating. Here's how to withstand the pressure.
Robert L. Edsall
You have heard it from any number of sources now, including the Institute of Medicine: Information technology is vital to the future of health care.1 And chances are very good that, some day in the bright, not-too-distant future, you will be part of a computer network...
Kent J. Moore
Here's how to get paid for certifying and recertifying home health care for your Medicare patients.
Kent J. Moore
E/M code + procedure code? | “Incident to” billing | Normal newborn care | Lab results review, revisited
Family practice match numbers drop again | HIPAA privacy rules take effect | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | Back to the basics | Great expectations | Nature and well-being | Health care...
Brian Schulte, Erin L. O'Hea, Patricia Darling
Do you and your colleagues provide care consistent with evidence-based clinical guidelines? Perhaps you just need a reminder.
Sanford J. Brown
Anthony | On-the-job training | Self-care
Your PDA's date book isn't just a calendar. With a few simple steps, it can help you lose fewer patients to follow-up.
Jamie L. Claypool, Pamela S. Hawks, Julie Henry, Kent Moore
Charging for forms | Patient appointment software | Practice start-up resources | RVUs and compensation
A renewed openness to spirituality is occurring in medicine. It can provide sustenance, both to you and to your patients.
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