For a private practice to reap the full benefits of telehealth, there must be an organized approach to making it part of everyday healthcare routines.
If the goal of independent practices is providing care that exceeds patient expectations, then technology has a large role to play in achieving that goal.
Implementing a chronic care management tool in your independent practice allows you to improve care delivery and health outcomes for chronic patients.
To support independent practices, the AMA established the Private Practice Physicians Section (PPPS) to “preserve the viability of private practices.”
By joining independent practices and creating associations, physicians are able to enjoy the advantages of hospital systems while remaining independent.
Implementing effective financial strategies in your independent practice can help you bring in more revenue and maintain a steady patient population.
Because you’re creating something that could affect the financial future of your medical practice, it’s important to establish a marketing mindset.
Is your current EHR right for your practice? From sunsetting to efficiency issues, discover the top reasons practices switch to a new EHR.
Tracking medical practice costs can help identify the need for corrective measures, reduced costs and improve business operations.
The COVID-19 pandemic helped advance telehealth usage and acceptance among patients and providers, paving the way for continued use into the future.
Population health management tools can help improve incomes and prepare independent practices for value-based reimbursement.
In addition to attracting new patients, a strong marketing program can help build awareness for your practice and increase growth.
Choosing an easy-to-use and efficient EHR allows you to deliver better patient care, improve your office workflow and help you complete charts faster.
Introducing behavioral health services in your primary care practice helps bridge the gap between need for care and access to care.
Now that you’ve chosen your EMR, determined your billing option, established what additional tools you need, now it’s time to put it all together.
With almost 600 health care breaches in 2020, it’s important to take necessary precautions to prevent cyber threats and keep your practice data secure.
With an increase in patient demand for virtual services, many pediatricians believe telehealth offerings will continue to be an integral part of practices.
When a practice has overbooked and busy schedules, it deals with inefficiency, avoidable bottlenecks and frustration among patients and providers.
The acceptance of telehealth and remote patient monitoring throughout the COVID-19 pandemic helped lower costs and improve the patient experience.
Embracing technology can help improve practice workflow and position physicians to deliver optimal care to their patient population.
With affordable marketing strategies, you’ll connect with patients and effectively communicate how they can receive care throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the 2020 Medical Economics Physician Report, “getting paid is regularly listed as a top challenge facing physicians.”
Taking advantage of valuable patient data helps to achieve all goals, while enabling the physician to maintain a better work-life balance.
“Online and telephone visits,” according to Dr. Joseph Scherger, “allow for more time than face-to-face visits and can be equally effective.”
Electronic technology and digital devices now make it possible for the office to follow the physician virtually anywhere on earth.
On Thursday, Oct. 28, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) released a joint cybersecurity alert regarding an increased and imminent cybersecurity threat to U.S. hospitals and healthcare systems.