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Denial Rates

Every medical practice is going to experience insurance claim denials. The trick is to keep the denial rate at an acceptably low level. Some practices work for years at a 10% denial rate without giving it much thought. Read more…

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Feeling abandoned by your EHR software provider? Stay confident & stay supported with ChiroSpring chiropractic software!

The vast scope of Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems can sometimes leave chiropractors and their staff feeling overwhelmed. With so much functionality built into scheduling, billing, SOAP charting, reconciling, and reporting, software users often need a hand making sure they are taking the right steps toward success. 461 more words


How To Dramatically Reduce No-Shows In Your Chinese Medicine Practice

I started this post as a general “how to” but quickly realized that the systems and strategies I have developed  on this subject are different in my private practice than they were in my community acupuncture and hybrid practice. 842 more words

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Hide Your Name When Printing Outlook Emails

When you print an Outlook email–whether your own or someone else’s–your own name appears by default in large text at the top of the printout. 244 more words


INSIDE YOUR PRACTICE: Dealing With The Unhappy Concierge Medicine Patients

Trending: Comment Cards Inside Your Practice Reassure Your Concierge Medicine Patients

By Michael Tetreault, Editor-In-Chief

MAY 31, 2013 – Patients don’t speak with their mouths, they speak with their feet and quietly on the Internet, sometimes know as ‘the cowards canvas.’ Typically, when your patients are unhappy, they simply don’t come back. 694 more words


Women Only

Currently, I have two women employees. I am very happy with both of them. They are great to work with. They  work hard. My experience of working with women has been positive. 277 more words

Practice Management