Provider Blog posts
Patients want providers with strong online presence
The findings echo recent reports about the growing importance of online reviews and the need for providers to keep track of their web presence and reputation. Doctors are trying tactics like same-day appointment scheduling to appeal to patients’ need for flexibility and convenience.
Position your newly hired clinician for success
Whether you’re hiring a physician or a non-physician provider, odds are you’ll spend a great deal of time (and probably money, too) attracting the right clinician candidate to your practice. If that new hire ultimately doesn’t work out, your practice will face the costs of going back to square one—as well as lost revenue while […]
Providers call for transparency, balanced risk in future CMS payment models
Providers, payors & policy: Opioid epidemic updates
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve no doubt seen news stories or read articles about the opioid epidemic facing our country. We’ve categorized a few of the latest updates on the topic below.
PSA: Providers should take advantage of FREE credit freeze protection
Starting on September 21, 2018, a new federal law requires all credit reporting agencies to provide individuals with the ability to freeze their credit report – easily and free of charge – to protect themselves against identity theft. Congress passed this law in response to the massive Equifax data breach that came to light in […]
Use email-based care coordination to improve outcomes, provider satisfaction, study suggest
An email-based approach to care coordination can improve patient outcomes and lead to better provider satisfaction, according to a new study.