Thinking of buying a medical practice? You likely have a list of priorities that must be met before you make such a big decision. Location and...Read more.
You put in years of education, countless hours of residency work and many long hours to build your health care practice. It’s easy to get lost in...Read more.
Nearly every U.S. hospital – and many other healthcare providers – accepts Medicare and is therefore required to provide annual, detailed reports...Read more.
In the past, insurance companies more or less kept the cash flow of a medical practice healthy. Not any longer. Increasingly, medical practices...Read more.
Section 179 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code allows a taxpayer to deduct the full purchase price of qualifying equipment and/or software...Read more.
As a medical practitioner, you spend a good part of your day evaluating the status of your patients’ health and diagnosing illnesses. With...Read more.
Following the enactment of Senate Bill 1107 by the Texas Legislature last year, the Texas Medical Board reversed a 2015 mandate stating that...Read more.
Your reimbursement depends heavily on good and accurate billing processes, and your billing process depends on meticulous charts. Therefore, it...Read more.