While physicians were once encouraged to keep billing in-house, times have inarguably changed, the insurance industry and coding process has most definitely changed, and therefore the overall billing strategy of practice owners must change as well.
Avoid physician burnout and find daily fulfillment in the amazing work that you do by focusing on creating a work-life balance. The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) offers several helpful resources.
Whether you’re in need of quality medical website design, online marketing, or social media solutions, the professionals at Medicis Marketing have got you covered. They offer their comprehensive services exclusively to private practice physicians, medical group practices, hospital systems, medical device and healthcare technology companies.
If you’re a physician looking to purchase a home, you may be entitled to some extra special financing options from certain lenders. This helpful resource allows doctors to find preferential loan programs by state.
Through the use of creativity and fast-paced technology solutions, physicians can make their practices more profitable in a number of ways. From selling products in-office to offering “premier” services and telemedicine consultations, the possibilities are truly endless. For more insight and inspiration, we recommend this article by Deborah Borfitz of Modern Medicine Network.
While technology certainly has incredible benefits, selecting the right electronic medical/health records provider for your practice is a perplexing task – and not a decision every practice gets right the first time around. If your current system just isn’t cutting it, you may find this resource on selecting a vendor to be helpful. Please also know that the professionals at myeMED are available to explore your needs, offer recommendations, and negotiate with vendors on your behalf.
This insightful article by NY Times Contributor Dhruv Khullar, MD focuses on the ever-changing and increasingly demanding field of medicine. Dr. Khullar also speaks first-hand of the pressure that today’s physicians are confronted with as they try and adapt to new expectations despite the fact that their education and training often did not provide them with the necessary tools.
A Patient-Centered Medical Home is a team-based model of care led by a personal physician who provides continuous and coordinated care throughout a patient's lifetime to maximize health outcomes. The American College of Physicians (ACP) provides a comprehensive collection of information, resources and demonstration projects to assist you in planning for a complete Patient-Centered Medical Home.
In this article, Ross K. Goldberg, Public Relations Expert, describes how vitally important positive public relations is for today’s physician. In fact, he even says that in order to be successful, Medical Doctors must also now be ‘Marketing Doctors’. In our online world, a lot of PR is done online through your practice’s website and social media presence. Be sure to speak with us about the importance of both – we will point you in the right direction!