In today’s healthcare landscape, patient no-shows have become a chronic issue that healthcare providers across the globe are grappling with. A patient no-show occurs when a patient fails to show up for a scheduled appointment without canceling or rescheduling in advance. This phenomenon not only impacts the well-being of patients but also strains healthcare systems and hampers the efficient delivery […]Read More
Dealing with financial matters in healthcare can be complex and challenging, especially when it comes to collecting money from patients. As medical costs rise and insurance policies become more nuanced, healthcare providers must navigate this intricate landscape to ensure their organizations’ financial stability. In this article, we will explore some effective strategies for collecting money from patients, providing insights that […]Read More
How careful should physicians be when the physician – patient relationship is about to be terminated?
While the doctor-patient relationship is built on trust, respect, and open communication, there may come a time when it becomes necessary to part ways. It is essential to handle this transition with sensitivity and professionalism to ensure the well-being of all parties involved. The following are some tips to consider during the physician-patient relationship when it comes to its end. […]Read More
One of the key factors in any successful contract negotiation is preparation. There’s no exception in the negotiation of a contract between a provider and a payer. It consists of determining the real objectives of the contract based on the knowledge of the party’s organization, the other party, and the marketplace. From the provider’s perspective, is important to analyze its […]Read More
For more than a decade, physicians, nurses, and other front-line caregivers have been presenting burnout symptoms, forcing them to leave their jobs or start treatment. Today, burnout is defined as a long-term stress reaction marked by emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and a lack of personal accomplishment. The industry estimates that there will be a 20 percent gap between the clinical workforce […]Read More
What is the importance of keeping the physicians duly credentialed? Reduced risk: the experience and knowledge obtained by obtaining a credential can reduce the risk of a healthcare operation. On the other hand, as a competitive advantage, more physicians with validated credentials means a better reputation and guarantee of the quality of services. Recently, according to Beker’s Hospital Review, an […]Read More
Telemedicine can be defined as the use of electronic technology to provide medical care when distance separates patient and provider. Telehealth can be defined as remote medical care that does not always involve clinical services. It allows providers to expand their reach and improve their efficiency. While maintaining high-quality medical care while providing patient safety.» Medicare began reimbursement for telemedicine […]Read More