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Our healthcare system has a burnout problem: Doctors and nurses, bogged down by endless administrative tasks and the aftereffects of a global pandemic are dissatisfied and dropping out of the workforce. But technology may ride to the rescue, as modern technology innovations push healthcare forward.

Published on: RealClearMarkets

Publication Date: October 2, 2023

The burden of health-care administration has put doctors and small medical groups at a disadvantage compared with larger players and insurance companies. But there are solutions. This is what doctors and other health-care professionals need to know.

Published on: Physicians Practice

Publication Date: August 1, 2023

According to the American Medical Association, a record 63 percent of doctors reported burnout last year. The chief culprit: they now spend an average of nearly two days a week buried in administrative work. And they hate it. Technology can ease this burden, whether automating patient flow or streamlining insurance authorization.


Published on: MedCity News

Publication Date: April 7, 2023

Owning and operating a private medical practice is challenging, and complex billing and payment models compound the difficulty. In Physicians Practice, Meade Monger discusses technology and tools that can help physicians collect what they’re owed, maintain independence, and thrive.

Published on: Physicians Practice

Publication Date: February 6, 2023

Over a decade after being promised change was on the way, physicians and other providers can start taking tangible steps towards a better system.

Published on: Medical Economics

Publication Date: December 5, 2022

Practices don’t need to lose out on uncollected payments from insurers. Here are steps you can take to better manage coding, tracking, communications and rise above byzantine insurance practices.


Published on: MedCity News

Publication Date: November 23, 2022