Hard to believe that as this week at Power Your Practice draws to a close, it’s mid-June – time sure flies. Now that the year is nearly halfway through, it’s time to thank the dads out there for all that they do.
Happy Father’s Day! Here’s a recap of this week’s PYP action to look over during your “dad appreciation” weekend.
How To Manage EHR Democratization
If patients gain greater control of their healthcare information, the costs of care could be lowered as a result. So why are some healthcare providers against democratizing EHRs to enhance the shareability of health information? Find out.
Checking Patient Eligibility: Save Time & Money
Making eligibility checks a part of your process will help ensure that you get paid quickly. Read this piece from the experts at Solutions Medical Billing to review some helpful eligibility tips and best practices.
3 Ways to Organize Your Practice with Big Data
Applying big data to healthcare could reduce expenses, enhance communication and promote efficient use of resources. As this informative piece points out, it won’t be long before big data trends are impacting even the smallest practices.
Facing Change? Tips on 3 Big Medical Practice Transitions
As healthcare professionals navigate big shifts, they sometimes overlook or neglect important aspects of their operations. Learn the pitfalls to watch out for when dealing with doc retirement, office relocation or practice acquisition.
Why You Need to Promote Your Practice
The images that come to mind when you think of “healthcare marketing” may not be appealing examples persuading you to engage in self-promotion. But as this article explains, failing to promote your practice does a disservice to patients.
See you next week, when we’ll parse out healthcare reform’s pros and cons in a two-part feature and share a contributed article on physicians and social media from our colleagues at PhysBizTech.
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