Practice Management

Should Physicians Treat Family and Friends? Three Experts Weigh In

Should Physicians Treat Family and Friends? Three Experts Weigh In

Although all of the guidelines acknowledge that there are emergent situations in which providing care for a family member or friend is not only permissible but also essential, other situations are frowned upon.

Cancer Survivors Face Hardship Over Medical Bills

Cancer Survivors Face Hardship Over Medical Bills

Hardships greatest among younger cancer survivors vs patients without cancer history

Compensation Complications: Dissatisfied Doctors Left Wanting More

Compensation Complications: Dissatisfied Doctors Left Wanting More

Set financial goals and expectations, and increase revenue for your physicians' practice.

Tips on Improving Communication With Older Patients

Tips on Improving Communication With Older Patients

Communication with older patients can be complicated for several reasons.

How to Prevent Tech Neck in 8 Steps

How to Prevent Tech Neck in 8 Steps

Spending your day updating electronic health records, researching, and sending emails can be a pain in the neck - figuratively and literally. Here are 8 tips to prevent tech neck.

3 Strategies to Manage Your Student Loan Debt After Medical School

3 Strategies to Manage Your Student Loan Debt After Medical School

Most medical school graduates leave school carrying debt. Here's what you can do to better manage your student loan debt.

6 Key Strategies to Achieve a Work-Life Balance

6 Key Strategies to Achieve a Work-Life Balance

Achieving a work-life balance can be difficult as a clinician. Here are 6 tips to get it right.

Affordable Care Act Sign-Ups Higher Than Expected

Affordable Care Act Sign-Ups Higher Than Expected

As of last Saturday's enrollment deadline, 8.5 million people in 39 states had enrolled

Promoting Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Cancer

Promoting Lifestyle Changes to Prevent Cancer

Experts suggest some simple ways medical practices can get patients to embrace healthy behaviors.

US Medical Schools See Increase in Diversity

US Medical Schools See Increase in Diversity

More female, black, and Hispanic matriculants seen after diversity accreditation standards implemented

HIT-Related Stress Linked to Burnout Among Physicians

HIT-Related Stress Linked to Burnout Among Physicians

Odds of burnout up with report of poor/marginal time for documentation, time spent on EHR at home

Exclusion of Doctors From Public Health Insurance Up 2007 to 2017

Exclusion of Doctors From Public Health Insurance Up 2007 to 2017

Fraud, health crimes, substance abuse exclusions increased 20% per year from 2007 to 2017

5 Tips on Writing a Job Posting People Want to Apply to

5 Tips on Writing a Job Posting People Want to Apply to

In a sea of job postings, candidates will flock to a certain type of ad. Here's what they're looking for.

Persistent Discrimination ID'd Among Physician Mothers

Persistent Discrimination ID'd Among Physician Mothers

Physician mothers report limited opportunities for advancement, financial inequalities, lack of support.

Many Patients Withhold Information From Clinicians

Many Patients Withhold Information From Clinicians

Reasons for nondisclosure include not wanting to be judged or lectured, being embarrassed

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