Practice Management

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 Article ›

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 Article ›

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 Article ›

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 Article ›

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 Article ›

Care management services are designed to engage patients as active partners in their healthcare so they can effectively manage their complex medical conditions. Read Article ›

To be compliant and offer the best support to their patients, healthcare providers need to understand the provisions of the Final Rule as it pertains to creating, maintaining, and sharing patient health data, and the impact of this legislation on their practices. Read Article ›

It is common for employees in the healthcare industry to begin their careers in entry-level positions and then move on to other positions as they acquire on-the-job training and experience. However, additional education and training is often necessary to ensure that their skills match an organization’s goals and requirements. These needs can be addressed through skills gap assessments and training. Read Article ›

There are several methods that can be used to gain a better perspective when determining the success of an oncology practice and its operations. Financial evaluation, access to care, quality metrics, and employee engagement are just a few of the operational elements that are important to consider, especially as they relate to the overall patient experience. Read Article ›

Burnout, a term used to describe a prolonged response to chronic emotional and interpersonal stress on the job, is a common problem among healthcare workers. Read Article ›

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