Volume 31, Issue 5
This article discusses the most common Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) exemptions and provides best practices to avoid liability under the FLSA.
This article discuss how insights from the field of positive psychology and social neuroscience can help healthcare providers and their organizations flourish, in both their professional practices and personal lives.
This article discusses how practice administrators can use actions, electronic medical records, and training to increase overall retention and create a high-performance culture in their medical practice.
In this article, we track how the arc of physician compensation is bending, how the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act will drive further changes to physician compensation models, and how these changes may affect physician practice patterns...
Comprehensive, detailed documentation in the medical record is critical to patient care and to a physician when allegations of negligence arise. Physicians, therefore, would be prudent to have a clear understanding of this documentation.
Loneliness at the Top: Ten Ways Medical Practice Administrators Can Manage the Isolation of Leadership
Leadership can be isolating, making leaders feel that they’re out on a limb all by themselves. This article explores effective management of loneliness at the top.
Practice Consolidation: Forces Not of Nature, but of Government, Demographics, Economics, and Technology
Healthcare practitioners must find alternative methods in order to continue providing excellent patient care while at the same time maintaining an economically viable practice. Practice consolidation with the assistance of private equity healthcare i...
Volume of Cataract Surgery and Surgeon Gender: The Florida Ambulatory Surgery Center Experience 2005 Through 2012
To understand how gender composition might affect differences in health services we examined the surgeon gender–specific rates of routine cataract surgery performed in ambulatory surgical centers in Florida. From 2005 through 2012, women ophthalmolog...