Practice Management

Practice Management

This is the collection of Practice Management posts.

How to Improve Oncology Practice Management with AI and Automation

Administrative AI and automation technologies have been overlooked in the massive boom of recent healthcare innovations. While they may not be as exciting as surgical robots and other clinical AI solutions, AI and automation are crucial to improving practice administration…

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5 Emerging Trends in Community Oncology

In recent years, new oncology trends have developed that can transform how the oncology market functions. From 2015 to 2050, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that the cancer incidence rate will increase by 49 percent. As a…

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The Oncology Care Model: Improving Patient Outcomes and Lowering Costs

Oncology care is one of the most progressive medical fields to be a part of. There are constant innovations that help to improve patient outcomes and reduce mortality rates. The oncology care model (OCM) is one of the most promising…

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Design Thinking in Oncology: Improving the Patient Experience

Design in community oncology is the deliberate creation of an experience for oncology patients. This approach uses an empathy-driven model to improve the overall experience. Design thinking is an approach to problem-solving, leveraging human experience to generate ideas, prototypes, and…

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Why Quality Clinical Documentation Matters

Patients seek medical care hoping for a high-quality experience across the board. Offering a diagnosis, treatment plan, and path for the future are a few ways to ensure your patients get what they need. However, quality clinical documentation is also…

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Improving Oncology Care Through the Patient Experience

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer, a new oncology care model is helping practices improve the patient experience and provide better cancer care. It includes all the latest medical technology, but there‚Äôs also an emphasis…

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