John P. Franko
Leading up is about setting an example and building influence so you can be more effective. It starts with these seven skills.
Susan M. Grantham, Theresa Knowles, Noah Nesin, Natalie Truesdell, Eugenie H. Coakley
Even with a laudable goal, such as reducing physicians' administrative burdens, it can be difficult to implement change. These real-world lessons can help.
Daniel F. Shay
Physicians can cut ties with Medicare and privately contract with Medicare beneficiaries, but doing it incorrectly can be costly.
If you're not coding and billing for these services, you might be leaving money on the table.
AMY CUNNINGHAM, JOHN STOECKLE, VICTOR DIAZ, GEORGE VALKO, CHRISTINE ARENSON
Getting more patients immunized against the flu does not require complicated strategies.
Kenneth G. Adler
With a few basic skills, you can expand your influence and make your organization a better place to work.
Immunization refusal | Care planning and chronic care management | Pediatric immunization administration
Break the rules for better patient care | Avoid portal overload | Don't fear conflict within your team
Most of our patients will eventually seek urgent care, so we need to get along.
Learn how coordinated care benefits patients, QPP performance, and your bottom line.
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