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Lists that keep your administrator organized and productive, part one

August 18, 2014
Administrators must be super-organized. Facing the challenge of wearing numerous hats at one time requires planning. Unless she runs a very large practice, administrators are the main force behind the human resources, IT, marketing, outreach, finance, billing, credentialing and regulatory departments. And, if you want the practice to keep growing, let’s not forget the high-level work required for strategic planning, benchmarking and practice development. Of course, the managing partner role in a practice strongly coordinates with these efforts, but you should depend on your administrator to keep the pace.
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Follow these tips for buying term life insurance

August 18, 2014
Life insurance — if it were free you would surely own unlimited amounts. But it is not free, so you do your best to own as much as you can for the least dollar…

Community Health Systems hacked; data for 4.5 million patients compromised

August 18, 2014
Community Health Systems reported to the Securities and Exchange Commission today that hackers in China have obtained patient names, addresses, birthdates, telephone…

ABIM to ‘explore’ MOC language change

August 15, 2014
The American Board of Internal Medicine announced today that it is going “explore” making changes to the maintenance of certification, or MOC, reporting…
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Lists that keep your administrator organized and productive, part one

August 18, 2014
Administrators must be super-organized. Facing the challenge of wearing numerous hats at one time requires planning. Unless she runs a very large…
Worth Building

Follow these tips for buying term life insurance

August 18, 2014
Life insurance — if it were free you would surely own unlimited amounts. But it is not free, so you do your best to own as much as you can for…

Community Health Systems hacked; data for 4.5 million patients compromised

August 18, 2014
Community Health Systems reported to the Securities and Exchange Commission today that hackers in China have obtained patient names, addresses…

ABIM to ‘explore’ MOC language change

August 15, 2014
The American Board of Internal Medicine announced today that it is going “explore” making changes to the maintenance of certification, or…

Top 6 stories in contact lenses

August 15, 2014
The contact lens industry has experienced a flurry of activity over the past week or so. CooperVision, Alcon, Alden and SynergEyes have all been in…

CMS reopens Open Payments system

August 15, 2014
The CMS has announced that it has reopened its Open Payments system to physicians and teaching hospitals. Sept. 8 is the deadline to complete the…

CooperVision offers ECPs e-commerce service for contact lenses

August 15, 2014
Through its subsidiary, WebSystem3 LLC, CooperVision Inc. announced the launch of LensFerry, which enables patients to order replacement contact…

Opting out of Medicaid expansion could mean billions lost for states, hospitals

August 14, 2014
A report from the Urban Institute, funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, projects that states that did not participate in Medicaid expansion…
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The Sunshine Act and CME-related payments

August 7, 2014
From international law firm Arnold & Porter LLP comes a timely column that provides views on current regulatory and legislative topics that weigh…

ACOE authorizes Virginia optometry school to move toward accreditation

August 6, 2014
The Accreditation Council on Optometric Education has designated Emory & Henry College as a "stage one applicant," according to a press release…
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