In this month's Legal Eagle column, a case involving physician extenders is discussed.
Though providers probably can use any type of medical software, the financial resources they are able to invest in medical solutions differ significantly based on the type of practice.
Federal AHRQ offers starting point for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
There are interesting differences in the ways patients of varying ethnicities and races engage with technology.
Jason M. O'Dell, MS, CWM, and Michael Lewellen, CFP, discuss what young dermatologists need to know about insurance basics to protect themselves in part 2 of their practice management article.
Payers must make public the individual amounts their health plans pay providers across all types of services and locations, including hospitals, doctors’ offices, imaging centers, outpatient surgery centers and urgent care clinics.
Health care costs continue to rise in this country. According to a study by the Peterson Center on Healthcare and the Kaiser Family Foundation, health care spending totaled $3.8 trillion in 2019, $11,582 per person.
HHS agency warns “vishing,” combining scam emails and phone calls, is on the rise.
Jason M. O'Dell, MS, CWM, and Michael Lewellen, CFP, discuss what young dermatologists need to know about insurance basics to protect themselves.
The sweeping legislation contains tax code reform, health care provisions and climate change action. What does it mean for physicians?