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Practice Management

Physicians have one of the highest suicide rates of any profession. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, an estimated 300 physicians die by suicide each year across the United States—nearly 1 per day. Read More ›

Successful revenue cycle management is a team effort that requires continuous collaboration across multiple departments of an organization. Although all institutions aim for standard industry best practices, the way in which these goals are attained may vary greatly, based on unique workflows, workforces, and needs. Read More ›

In the evolving landscape of today’s healthcare industry, more and more demands are being placed on practice managers and their staff. The proper training of these professionals is critical to operating a profitable, efficient, and compliant business so that providers can focus on the high-quality care that patients deserve. Read More ›

As an oncology practice manager, some of the key responsibilities you are tasked with include assessing the performance of your team members and identifying opportunities for improvement. To accomplish this requires the use of effective tools to measure key performance indicators, which will allow you to determine the health of your practice’s operations. Read More ›

An April 4, 2023, Medical Group Management Association Stat poll found that almost one-half (47%) of medical group leaders have added or created part-time or flexible-schedule physician roles in the past year, while 53% did not. Read More ›

Every industry, from healthcare to food service, has felt the strain of employee recruitment and retention over the past few years. Employees who were left with a short-staffed team have experienced increased burdens, and consumers have experienced a decline in service levels. Read More ›

Cybercrime can disrupt care, delay prognosis or treatment, and in the worst cases, cause fatalities. Healthcare organizations must protect data before a breach occurs and when successful remediation can contain risk and cost at the lowest possible levels. Read More ›

President Biden announced that the public health emergency (PHE) will expire on May 11, 2023. Providers need to review the impact of these upcoming changes, in addition to any others that bear weight on the financial stability of their practices or the ability of patients to access the care they need. Read More ›

In conducting the Mini Z survey in 2022, ACCC’s intention was to measure levels of stress and burnout across all the oncology professionals that make up the multidisciplinary cancer care team for the first time, as well as to compare results from these professionals between 2019 and now. Read More ›

The core principles and behaviors of adaptive leadership can provide a practical framework for navigating significant changes while enabling a positive culture that helps engage, empower, and energize providers and staff. Read More ›

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