Discover how a partnership helped equip Sonal Patel, MD, with tools, technology, and support to start her own practice.
How might the recently implemented E/M revisions increase practice revenue, combat burnout, enhance the doctor-patient relationship, and change coding by time and medical decision-making?
Dan Finkelstein, MD, FAAP, explores how innovative pediatric technology, such as EHR-integrated telehealth and specialty-specific interfaces, can help providers engage and treat patients.
The American Medical Association’s (AMA) revised E/M codes go into effect next year. Amy Waller, Vice President, HIM and Coding Integrity, Privia Health, examines how these changes can enhance the patient-provider relationship and what steps independent practices can take to prepare for 2021.
How might physicians’ determination to deliver excellent patient care, especially during the uncertain times of COVID-19, increase burnout? Joseph DeVeau, MD, draws from his experiences and extensive research to explore how we might redefine “excellence” to combat this perplexing problem and better support providers.
How does outdoor activity in childhood affect adult mental health? Why has burnout declined? Who is buying GE’s biopharma business — and for how much? Find the answers to these questions and more in The Rundown!
Thomas Eppes, MD, has a legendary track record as a physician advocate, both in his home state of Virginia and nationally. What can physicians learn from this inspiring advocacy veteran?
Busy provider looking for healthcare news? Check out The Rundown. Alternative Therapies Improve Cancer Treatment, Experts Say The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) endorsed new guidelines that address integrative therapies such as massages, yoga, and acupuncture for patients undergoing cancer treatment. The endorsement fosters patient-doctor discussion about these alternative treatments so that physicians can …
Busy provider looking for healthcare news? Check out The Rundown. Health Costs to Remain Constant Researchers from PwC’s Health Research Institute forecast stable health insurance costs for workers in 2019. The reasoning behind their prediction is employers are safeguarding themselves by investing in employee satisfaction in order to dissuade them from leaving in the current …