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Posted March 24, 2017

Where Does Your Medical Practice Earn Revenue?

In the medical industry, an “add-on” service isn’t typically thought of as something that benefits the patient. However, that doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to add ancillary services to your patients’ care from within your practice. Lab results, x-rays, and…Read More

Posted March 17, 2017

Navigating ancillary services: are they worth the hassle?

In a recent article for Medical Economics, Janet Kidd Stewart writes of the benefits of the addition of ancillary services to medical practices and gives advice about the challenges that they present. She cites Dallas internist Neal Sklaver, MD, FACP,…Read More

Posted March 10, 2017

Possible ACA Replacement

The Republican congress has said that its goal under the Trump administration will be to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) with new legislation. There is a lot of speculation and confusion about what would replace the ACA. A new…Read More

Posted March 3, 2017

Paid Holidays and Your Staff

Do you offer paid holidays to your staff? It can come as a surprise to both employers and employees that this benefit is not legally required. However, in her new article, “It’s a mistake if you don’t pay employees for…Read More

Posted February 24, 2017

Warmer Weather is Coming. Is a Zika Vaccine?

As we face unseasonably warm weather across the U.S., epidemiologists are bracing for increased mosquito reproduction and the next Zika outbreak. This pandemic has continued to spread, and researchers have been working on vaccines. Clinical trials with humans have begun,…Read More

Posted February 18, 2017

Is Your Website ADA Compliant?

Medical practices are very familiar with compliance. There’s HIPPA, the Affordable Care Act, and so many more laws and regulations to keep track of. Did you know that your practice’s website is required to be ADA compliant? It turns out,…Read More

Posted February 11, 2017

February is American Heart Month

Did you know that the month of February is American Heart Month? The American Heart Association uses the month of February to educate the public about heart disease, prevention, and forming healthy habits. So how can your practice get involved?…Read More

Posted February 3, 2017

Online Diabetes Prevention: Results are Promising

No matter what type of healthcare provider you are, it’s likely you have several diabetic patients. Diabetes complicates a number of conditions, and physicians are pursuing every tool available to them in the fight against this disease. The medical community…Read More

Posted January 26, 2017

Should Your Medical Practice Shift to the Cloud?

January 26, 2017 By: Angie Walters While many healthcare providers have embraced digital functions such as websites and enterprise resource planning tools as integral parts of their organizations, the underlying IT infrastructure is often overlooked. Today’s medical practices require the…Read More

Posted January 21, 2017

Hacking and Medical Devices

Protecting patients and their data has become increasingly challenging as new technology emerges. Reports of hacked pacemakers and other medical devices bring up legitimate security concerns. The FDA is offering some guidance for how best to address this issue. In…Read More

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