Category: Patient Communication

Increased Patient Access to Health Records – the Cures Act

Increased Patient Access to Health Records – the Cures Act

The 21st Century Cures Act (Cures Act), signed into law in 2016, was designed to help bring health care innovations to patients to provide more patient control in a value-based health system.[i] Recognizing that patient access and ease of transfer of health records are key, the law includes two provisions that directly affect health care offices

Read More
Ready Marketing for Your Practice (UNDERUTILIZED ICS BENEFITS)

Ready Marketing for Your Practice (UNDERUTILIZED ICS BENEFITS)

Many Illinois doctors do not realize the impact that the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) makes on the profession. F4CP’s reach includes television, newspapers, billboards, social media, and more. In fact, they have developed an Olympic commercial that is now award-winning and will air in prime time during the Olympics.

Read More
Associate Physician Departing from Practice – Legal Considerations

Associate Physician Departing from Practice – Legal Considerations

The departure of an associate physician from a practice sometimes causes operational disruption and always requires the practice and the departing associate to take steps to ensure a smooth transition. Both the associate and practice need to address the ethical, regulatory, contractual, managed care, and liability impact of the exit.

Read More
The Secret to Patient Engagement in 2020

The Secret to Patient Engagement in 2020

According to the 2019 Healthcare Consumer Trends Report (NRC Health, 2019), the thing patients want more than any other is convenience, and the best way to meet that need is through technology. It states that using technology to better connect with patients is an idea that gets discussed often but can often feel out of reach for many healthcare providers. With technological advances happening at warp speed, how do we know which technology is most cost-effective and will meet the needs of our patients?

Read More
Loading

Select A Category