No one likes to fire an employee, but if someone is dragging down the practice, it’s time to make a change
With quality metrics becoming more common and the quantity of forms and data reporting increasing, experts say physicians need to take steps to keep their paperwork to manageable levels.
Primary care physicians say they find their practices increasingly beset by outside interference that gets in the way of effective patient treatment.
Value-based care and related metrics are one more thing physicians don’t need to deal with. Here are three possible solutions to make things easier.
The certification body for internists says it has learned from internist frustration and adapted to meet criticism while maintaining a rigorous evaluation of physicians.
Internists urge focus on non-medical factors to truly drive patient improvement, promote health equity.
There are numerous models for primary care delivery successfully saving money while also improving patient outcomes.
The policies, technology, security, and reimbursement guidelines a practice needs in place to make telemedicine work
As more practices consider offering telemedicine, both the big picture and the small details matter.
Here are five ways physicians can make clear that LBGTQIA patients will be treated with the same respect and high-quality care any other patients receive.