It’s nearly summer! Traveling considerations as a medical provider
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It’s nearly summer! Traveling considerations as a medical provider

8 steps for taking time away from your practice It’s that time of year. School’s out for kids and grandchildren, and you’re planning a family vacation…or perhaps just some time away alone or with a spouse or other companion. So how do you properly prepare for being away from the office?  intakeQ can help, through…

Insurance: Take it or leave it?
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Insurance: Take it or leave it?

Whether you file patients’ insurance claims or not, there’s one thing virtually all providers can agree on — dealing with insurance companies and claims is typically a huge, frustrating, time-consuming hassle. Part of the “do I or don’t I” question has a lot to do with your specialty, how many (or how few) of your…

12 steps to launching your own practice
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12 steps to launching your own practice

After all of the time and money you’ve invested in getting your degree, are you truly prepared to open up your own practice? Or maybe you’re at that stage when you’re ready to stop being a junior employee of a large group practice and head out on your own. Either way, one thing is true…

Why some clinics are choosing a shared services model for growth
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Why some clinics are choosing a shared services model for growth

Smaller health clinics have many challenges…often even more than larger ones. If you’re operating a one- or two-person chiropractic clinic, for instance, even simple — let alone robust — practice-management and electronic health record solutions as well as administrative support can be expensive and time-consuming necessities that may be outside of your financial reach. They’re…

Getting started with telemedicine: What you need to know about delivering care virtually
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Getting started with telemedicine: What you need to know about delivering care virtually

Call it telemedicine, telehealth or even “virtual medicine,” the pandemic signaled a huge rise in its use and acceptance. And both patients and providers alike are embracing it for many medical services, from consultative services such as behavioral health to a “visit” with their primary-care provider. It’s been found to be a safe and convenient…