Kenneth G. Adler
Commitment to success, engagement from all concerned and a shared interest in continuing improvement can take you far.
MARLY MCMILLEN, JIM AREND
Here's what to look for – and what to avoid.
DEANNA R. WILLIS, GERALD EATON, PALMER MACKIE
Using the recurring-calendar-event function in Microsoft Outlook, this practice created a systematic approach that ensures patient refills on the day they're due.
A well-organized workflow will save you time, money and aggravation.
For the unwary, inefficiency can become a way of life
David C. Kibbe
The medical home and the accountable care organization need each other.
Anticoagulation management | Site of service for initial hospital care | Billing separate services for OB patients
Mario Rosario, Karen M. Bigby, Mark Murray
Stop playing phone tag with patients | Apply petroleum jelly to lesions before treatment | Receive feedback gracefully | Reducing phone tie-ups associated with open access
John R. Brill
Sometimes, what matters most is how far a patient has come.
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