A new study offers additional evidence of a correlation between payments by drug manufacturers to doctors and increased prescriptions for their drugs.
Small cost cuts can add up to major dollars saved in physician practices, according to Medical Economics.
How to complete clinical reviews within prompt pay guidelines
A group of healthcare stakeholders are urging CMS to move forward on a 90-day Meaningful Use reporting period for 2016.
Hospitals are increasingly questioning their ability to keep mobile devices and patient data secure as cyberthreats evolve, a new survey finds.
Just as airline company consolidation has been bad news for travelers, proposed health insurer mergers that will decrease competition are bad for healthcare,…
Despite having to deal with the death of an uncle to pancreatic cancer and the deaths of patients under her care, Elisabeth Poorman, M.D., says that she kept…
Virtual clinics and care options, which offer providers the ability to remotely treat patients and coordinate care with other facilities, are on the rise.
A three-year pilot program that placed care coordinators in medical practices helped doctors care for high-needs patients and reduced health expenses.
A settlement in a Florida court case may signal good news for independent practices being squeezed by narrow networks’ referral policies.
The receptionist answering the phone at your practice should help patients to navigate through the complexities of working with your office, from prescription…