Medical Technology

Using Electronic Health Records More Efficiently

As electronic health records (EHRs) gain in popularity and function using them to improve your efficiency and effectiveness as a doctor doesn’t have to be like learning another language. Recent studies have shown that EHRs improve the quality of patient care and decrease medical errors as well as provided financial benefits for practices in the long run. So how can you use EHRs to improve your practice? Physicians Practice offers

Seven New Year’s Resolutions for Your Practice

As 2015 gets underway, it is important to make resolutions that will improve your practice in whatever way you can. Not only will you make your workplace a happy and healthy place for your patients, but it will improve your outlook and well being as well! Here are some suggestions for your resolutions that will help kick off 2015 the right way. 1) Arrive to the Office on Time. When

Is Technology to Blame For Expensive Health Care?

High prices and technology costs are driving health care costs sky high in the U.S., according to a new report from the Commonwealth Fund. One major factor is the over-use of expensive testing, imaging and other technologies – compared to other countries like Norway, Japan and Germany, the report states. The U.S. uses far more MRIs, CT scans, PET scans and mammograms than the aforementioned countries. What’s more, those tests are far