By Catherine Sykes, Publisher Last Updated: FEBRUARY 11, 2015 – Most retainer-based medical offices and cash-only clinics have 1 to 3 employees. Not only is hiring the wrong “essential” staff important, it […]
By Anthony Wunsh, President/CEO Medical Pay Solutions, Consultant, Author, Speaker JANUARY 9, 2014 – Today I want to delve into the way contracts are executed, agreed to and accepted in Healthcare. This […]
By Richard Gunderman, MD NOVEMBER 2014 – On September 28, 1864, exactly 150 years ago this weekend, the first meeting of the International Workingmen’s Association (IWA) was convened at St. Martin’s Hall, […]
FORBES: “I think concierge medicine is not for the elite few. We all could have a concierge doctor if we freed doctors and patients to relate the way other professionals and their clients relate.” -Goodman
By John C. Goodman Contributor, Forbes SEPTEMBER 12, 2014 – Only 6 percent of doctors are happy with their jobs, according to one survey. They commit suicide at twice the rate of […]
The Concierge Option: As hospitals gobble up primary care practices, NPs may consider the concierge model.
By Michelle Crumbley, MSN, FNP Career Development Numerous changes in America’s healthcare system are affecting the future of NP practice. One is the trend toward hospital buyouts of physician-owned private practices. A […]