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By: Neil R. Hoyt, Sr. – Vice President – Paragon Private Health  As we all know, the cost of health care is not cheap and seems to increase faster than most of us blink.  There are countless reasons for this but that’s an article and debate for another day. Most …

Article originally appeared on CurbsideRealEstate.com Heavy student loan debt is often cited as a barrier to homeownership for 25- to 34-year-olds. But many mortgage lenders are eager to extend credit to one category of debt-burdened graduates: those coming out of medical school. Special mortgage products for physicians are designed to …

Article originally appeared on athenahealth.com As an obstetrician/gynecologist in private practice for nearly a decade, Amber Shamburger, M.D., knows what it takes to get patients to pay their bills. For one, she says, it helps to be flexible: $20 a month through a long-term payment plan is better than no …

As many medical groups, IPAs and health systems grapple with expense reduction and revenue improvement, LACMA now has a partner, vetted by our accounting firm (Vasquez & Company) that can help healthcare organizations, and help us engage prospective organizations in a profound way. ERA is a global company that for …

LACMA Enters Into Partnership with National ACO and the Next Generation ACO Model Deadline EXTENDED for Enrollment LACMA has innovative partnerships with nearly 20 companies to help physicians.  From retail sectors (banking, finance, travel) to service (IT, EMR, Legal) LACMA continues to look for organizations that provide tangible solutions for …

Article Originally Appeared on TigerConnect.com We all know that effective clinical communication is central to delivering good healthcare outcomes. Get your workplace communications right and you enhance patient treatment, build strong teams, and reduce inefficiencies. Get healthcare communications wrong and you risk harming patients, damaging morale, and increasing rework. Communication …

In a national movement, thousands of private practice physicians have successfully introduced concierge medicine in to their practices.  Have you wondered if your practice is suitable for concierge medicine?  Do you have doubts as to whether a concierge medicine program would succeed for you, or  has anyone ever told you …

Article originally appeared on the Curbside Real Estate site If you’re a physician who has been unable to qualify for a conventional loan and you answer “yes” to the following three questions, a physician home loan may be right for you: Do you have a significant amount of student loan …

Legal Update Courtesy of WorkWise Law This legal update will provide you with a brief summary of the significant changes that have taken effect January 1, 2018.  Employers should review their policies with a trusted legal advisor to ensure compliance. SALARY QUESTIONS ARE BANNED (AB 168) AB 168 created a …

Post originally appeared on tigertext.com Healthcare professionals know that every second on the job counts. Physicians’ and nurses’ time comes at a premium and the goal of every healthcare organization is to maximize face time with patients. On a daily basis, physicians receive hundreds of pages, emails, text messages and …