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Should Your Practice Have a Web Site

Should Your Practice Have a Web Site?

There has been a shift in the role of the patient from passive recipient to active consumer, witnessed by the fact that health information is one of the most frequently sought topics on the Internet. As more patients search the Internet for local physicians and medical information, an online presence for your practice is becoming increasingly important to be successful in a highly competitive market.

Making the Browser Commitment

Making the Browser Commitment

It’s a matter of personal taste—just make sure you’ve downloaded the latest version.

What’s Out There?
When you opened the e-mail that brought you here, chances are you didn’t give too much thought to the browser you’re using. In fact, most people use the browser native to their operating system, and are perfectly happy with their experience.

But it’s important to remember that most of you do have a choice—more specifically, there are 4 mainstream browsers that have gained traction in today’s market: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Google Chrome.

Mobile MD Must Have Apps

Mobile MD Must Have Apps

Did you know that there are more than 10,000 medical/health care apps available? Or that 88% of doctors would like patients to monitor health issues like weight, blood sugar, and vital signs at home? Identified below are some very useful apps that as a health care practitioner, you may want to check out for yourself and/or your patients. We’ve also identified some great apps that are just for your fun and entertainment. Hey, doctors need down time too!

Medical Software Technology Tips

Medical Software Tech Tips

To manage a medical practice efficiently and in an organized manner, we need to find a good software fit. Having the right software makes all the difference in time management, appointment scheduling, keeping an accurate inventory of supplies, payroll, staffing schedules, and accounting. You should consider your office needs independently, looking for attributes like usability, compatibility, functionality, and cost. You may be able to find a package that includes office management, patient record management , and billing, or you may need to use different software products.

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