Tag Archives for Medical Practice

How to Grow Your Medical Practice

How Marketing Software Can Boost Your On Reputation and Attract New Patients My friend Michele started working for a healthcare marketing company, PatientPop. PatientPop helps medical practices bring in patients and manage what patients are saying about your practice on. Sounded interesting to me since doctors are always complaining about what patients say about them on the internet. Also marketing your practice on the web is a great way to bring in new patients. I asked Michele if she Continue Reading

Filed Under: Healthcare Digital Marketing, Healthcare Marketing, Medical Billing and Coding Topics, Practice Management Tips

Medical Software Must-Haves Based on Practice Life Cycle

With an abundance of medical software now available, choosing the right one for your practice can seem nearly impossible. From billing software to patient portals and electronic health records (EHRs), there are hundreds of options, price points, and features to consider. Thankfully, the team over at Software Advice have been busy collecting and analyzing data on this topic and have pulled it all together in their Medical Software Needs Cycle Guide.

Filed Under: Electronic Health Records, Practice Management Tips

How to Read Your Medical Practice’s Accounts Receivable Aging Report And Why It’s Important to You

Medical billing reports are a key barometer for understanding what’s going on in your medical practice. Without good reporting, it’s difficult to determine whether your practice is making money or not. In this post we will lo at the Accounts Receivable Aging Report for your medical practice.

Filed Under: Medical Billing and Coding Topics, Practice Management Tips

Why Content Marketing Matters to Medical Practices

Marketing professionals are always talking about how effective content marketing is, but does content marketing matter to medical practices? The answer is YES. In this post you will find out what content marketing is and how you can use it to fill empty appointment slots at your clinic.

Filed Under: Healthcare Digital Marketing, Healthcare Marketing, Medical Billing and Coding Topics, Practice Management Tips

Should Your Medical Office Go Paperless?

Converting to the Paperless Office Since the advent of computers into healthcare, the goal has been to establish a paperless office. While computers have enhanced many medical practices, the idea of being entirely paperless has never been fully embraced. In all actuality, most healthcare professions will never be completely paper-free because there will always be legal or financial records maintained. Also, without any industry-wide standards regarding paper versus digital records, other medical offices who have yet to convert will still Continue Reading

Filed Under: Medical Billing and Coding Topics

Manny Oliverez Co-Founder of Healthcare Business Alliance – Organization for Assisting Physicians in the Business of Healthcare

CEO of Capture Medical Billing, Manny Oliverez, is one of ten founders of Healthcare Business Alliance, an organization dedicated to help physicians with the business of healthcare. South Riding, VA (PRWEB) August 02, 2011 – Capture Billing & Consulting, Inc., a nationwide medical billing company located in South Riding, Virginia, is one of ten healthcare businesses that came together to form Healthcare Business Alliance (HCBA). HCBA is an organization founded to help physicians stay informed with issues that arise in the Continue Reading

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What Will The 2015 Medical Office Look Like

Visualizing the Electronic Medical Practice of 2015 I just read an interesting article on the benefits of electronic health record (EHR) adoption. The article was written by Jeanette Borzo over at Software Advice. I thought it was a good narrative to with our readers. In the article, Jeanette depicts a doctor’s office in 2015, the year when financial penalties for failing to adopt EHRs are set to kick in. The article discusses everything from tracking patient health histories on an Continue Reading

Filed Under: Medical Billing and Coding Topics