If structured right, pay-for-performance contracts can reward physicians for activities they’re already doing. AMA advice can help you steer clear of trouble spots.
How are care episodes defined? Will they include infections developed after a patient returns home? Essential questions to ask before signing up.
The devil is in the details on how a proposed agreement assigns patients, evaluates physician performance and calculates payment.
How well a medical practice survives a cyberattack depends on how well it has prepared. Follow this advice on getting started.
Low morale among physicians is not an individual failing, but the result of an organizational culture that doesn’t support well-being. Burnout expert Tait Shanafelt, MD, has some ideas on how to change that.
83% of physicians say their practice has experienced a cyberattack. The AMA offers expert advice to help you understand and minimize the risk to your patients’ health information.