Mergers and management--health care has been here before. We've been here before. ... Out of the need for physician practices and hospitals to manage the business of increased regulation, varying complex payer contracting, and the growing concept of
Mandatory influenza vaccination as a condition of employment did not lead hospital employees to quit, according to a analysis of four years ...
Katzoff, vice president for practice management and consulting services for the American Gastroenterological Association. ... to-face service by anyone in the practice for at least three years.
And only half of respondents indicated that they had any sort of disaster plan in place for their practice, their home or any other health care facility.
Solo practice vs. integrated health systems: What's best for primary care reform? ... What's more American than that? Like most physicians of my generation, I've never been in solo practice.
My role was to give the perspective of a “successful” direct primary care (DPC) practice. ... It is also the reason I chose the alternative type of “membership” practice: DPC.
or management of disease.
Internists are piecing together technology to improve their practice management, but too many pieces are more of a puzzle than a picture. ... Molly Cooke, MD, FACP, the College's 2012-2013 president-elect, said it's less important which device physicians
However, not all activities require an EHR. Some improvement activities could be performed using registries, a practice management system, or a common desktop application such as Microsoft Excel. ... Margo Williams, MHA, CMPE, is Senior Associate,
The reason for the slow growth is not, as many would predict, the lack of a market for a practice like mine. ... I am looking for a robust task-management system that can organize what needs to be done to get to where I need to go.