Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Building A Stronger Human Resources Foundation

One of the challenges facing many medical practices is how to effectively and uniformly administer the human resources (“HR”) function across a number of...

Where To Get The Biggest Impact?

…Or the four “must haves” for revenue cycle performance. So let’s step back for a moment and think about what we want happening in our...

Taking Aim at the High Cost of Provider Turnover

Keith A. Herl, MHA, MBA Matthew Mingenback In today’s ultra-competitive market, smart healthcare delivery organizations have sought to improve their margins by capitalizing on strategic advantages...

For Many Physicians, It Is A Good Time To Rewrite Your...

A lot of Doc’s are financially unhealthy and know they need to change their circumstances. Start here: Most Physicians I have talked with, tell me...

Using Technology and Innovation for a New Model of Mental Health...

The cry of a “mental-health crisis” is heard all across the land—but who shouts the loudest, patients, payers or providers? Treatment of mental health means...

Custom Vs. Over The Counter Orthotics

By Steven Lebow, Pedorthist When should a physician be prescribing an over the counter orthotic verse a customer orthotic to assist with alleviating foot, knee,...

Stress! Addressing The Unseen Foe…

STRESS!! Addressing the elephant in the corridors, the exam rooms, and in the mirror. As physicians we are no strangers to stress- learning to perform...

Red Alert: 3 Hazard Signs Ahead When It Comes To Handling...

Winds are driving significant considerations for all organizations that handle personally identifiable information (PII) and protected health information (PHI). At CSR, we know how easy...

Fraud Audits: Is The Fear Of A Fraud Audit Keeping You...

Physicians face many challenges in juggling all of the moving pieces of a productive and profitable practice. In addition to overseeing the entire health...

How Payment Plans Can Help Physicians Collect More Of Their Unpaid...

Even in good economic times collecting from patients is difficult. Typically a large percentage of a physician’s receivables never get paid. The ongoing balancing...
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