Practice Management Feature Archive
Elise Barney, DO, discusses the subtleties of modern sexism in medicine in a candid interview.
An endocrinologist shares his experience of using concept videos to teach medical students.
Current overall costs for medical liability in the United States range from $55.6 to $200 billion annually, which accounts for 2.4% to 10% of all healthcare spending.
An interview with medical malpractice expert, Michelle Mello, JD, PhD.
Despite improved coverage, many Medicaid beneficiaries experienced increased wait times.
Most courts have asserted that curbside consults do not create a physician-patient relationship.
The transition process should adequately prepare both the child and their family to move in to the world of adult care.
Obtaining informed consent is crucial in medical research, and new methods of obtaining consent are aiming to make study information more readily accessible.
A clinician examines the downside to "minute clinics" vs traditional primary care.
A large number of product recalls for various medical devices indicates the need for more regulation prior to approval, and more active monitoring after devices hit the market.
One clinician proposes that pharmaceutical companies turn their attention to developing a compassion pill -- for fellow clinicians.
One clinician reflects on the effects of "managed care" on the health care system.
The FDA has released draft guidance documents for appropriate marketing communication on medical products and devices.
Recent research shows that end-of-rotation transitions in care are associated with a significantly higher risk for in-hospital mortality.
Susannah L. Rose, PhD, shares insight into the prevalence of industry funding of advocacy groups and what clinicians should consider when interpreting research outcomes.
HHS fined providers for not having a business associate agreement in place or using an outdated one.
Changing the learning environment and reforming programs is important to improving the well-being of medical students.
The ACA is likely to be partially or fully repealed, though it is uncertain how physician practices and the benefits of the 20 million newly-insured will be affected.
Keeping abreast of changing payment models and regulations is key to maximizing your practice's finances.
Artificial intelligence has many potential applications in medicine, but there are delays in implementation.
The increase in direct patient access to online health records confers multiple benefits, though disparities in access should be addressed.
In a recent issue of JAMA focused on medical education, researchers and physicians explore what's working and what's not in medical education.
Katherine A. Roberts, MD, FACE, ECNU, discusses her experience with opting out of Medicare and offers advice to physicians considering doing the same.
Providers are still not doing some of the most basic tasks required by the law.
What you need to know now to benchmark your medical practice.
Embracing all the myriad variations of the human genome should, in theory, lead to rewards that all can share.
Medical practices can take a number of steps to make it more difficult to hack into their computer files.
Now providers can be sued for HIPAA violations related to breaches of protected health information.
A study suggests that female physicians do not use as many codes as their male counterparts, resulting in a reimbursement gap.
How can we encourage academic and community physicians to fill gaps in health care?
Many providers still find EMRs vexing, even after all these years.
Often, patients as consumers may not be aware that the products they are using for diabetes care are not protected by HIPAA.
Addressable doesn't mean optional: Having an implementation plan can be helpful in case of an audit.
Data show that only 26% of physicians and 30% of nurses report episodes of workplace violence.
The explosion of technological advances in the medical field poses challenges, including cybersecurity and potentially new malpractice claims.
Although ICD-10 will allow greater specificity and clinical accuracy in noting procedures and diagnoses, the transition presents challenges.
Government agencies are considering a stronger regulatory role in ensuring that connected medical devices can't be "hacked."
Clinicians share their thoughts and perspectives on the Maintenance of Certification Program.
American College of Physicians publish policy position paper with recommendations for improving quality of EHR documentation.
The Endocrine Society is urging Congress to address shrinking federal budgets that may hinder groundbreaking medical research.
New report highlights shortage of endocrinologists and the urgent need to find solutions.
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- High Grip Strength Associated With Lower Risk for Diabetes-Related AEs
- Update on Vitamin D and Calcium Supplements for Reducing Fracture Risk
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- Bariatric Surgery: An Effective Treatment for Type 2 Diabetes
- Severe Hypoglycemia Associated With Increased Mortality Risk in T2D
- Efficacy of CGM in Preterm Infants of Mothers With Diabetes
- Increased Risk of Diabetes, Post-Diabetes Pneumonia for Patients With COPD
- Pancreatic Exocrine Dysfunction Occurs After Islet Autoimmunity in T1D
- T2D in African American Women Ups ER-negative Breast Cancer Risk
- High-Sensitivity CRP and LDL-C Predictive of Subsequent MACE in T2D
- Risks Associated With Denosumab Discontinuation