If you manage a healthcare practice, you’re probably familiar with office drama. You know what I mean….the turf war between the billing manager and the front desk staff. The coder who hoards work to make herself look busy and important. Or the nurse practitioner whose patients adore her, but who acts like a queen bee with her colleagues.
If any of this sounds familiar, help is available in this episode of Sound Practice. Our guest is author, executive educator, and consultant Marlene Chism. Marlene will provide practical strategies for how to elevate your leadership, implement strategic communication, and eliminate time-wasting drama. Join us for a lively conversation with Marlene Chism.
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Marlene Chism can be reached at www.marlenechism.com
Telehealth is all over industry news and venture capital is pouring into the market. With employers and health systems adopting telehealth services and CMS implementing new virtual visit codes, should your practice focus on telehealth this year? And if so, where should you start? We’ll explore the topic of telehealth on our next episode. Our guest is Dr. Lyle Berkowitz, Chief Medical Officer and EVP of Product at MDLive. Dr. Lyle will share his insights about physician efficiency and the future of delivering virtual care. Don’t miss it! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play or wherever you get your podcasts.
If you’d like guidance on how to navigate the complexities of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and the integration of social media into your digital assets, don’t miss this episode where Mike Sacopulos interviews Brent Cavender, Chief Client Advocate of MetaMed Marketing. Brent shares his thoughts about the design, utility, and functionality of an effective healthcare practice web site, as well as how to select a good web designer and choose the right firm to host your site.
From handling the impact of high deductible health plans and value-based care, to coding accurately, following payor policies, and leveraging payment technologies, successfully managing the revenue cycle requires prioritization and diligence. In order to succeed, practice teams must do the right things, at the right time, using the right tools. In this episode we talk with internationally recognized practice advisor Karen Zupko, president of KarenZupko & Associates, Inc., about preparing for 2019 by understanding industry trends and avoiding common revenue cycle traps that decrease productivity and efficiency.
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Ring in the New Year with this bonus SoundPractice episode covering your action plan for HIPAA compliance. In this episode we discuss common causes of patient privacy breaches and how to avoid them. We focus on Business Associates, cyber insurance, and compliance requirements. This fast moving discussion is full of practical, inexpensive tips on how to navigate your way to patient privacy safety, as well as an overview of actual HIPAA cases that illustrate the risk for healthcare practices.
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Holiday work parties are a time for fun and celebration. But when a little relaxation and alcohol mix, the line between professional and unprofessional behavior can get blurry. In this episode we cover some do’s and don’ts to make sure your holiday party is an embarrassment-free zone.
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