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Certified Physician Assistant’s Address Oral Health

 

In medical school most physicians learned that oral health is a basic prerequisite to overall health. It is basic to our ability to speak and smile — to interact with others. Yet, in today’s busy medical practice, we often hear that there’s simply not enough time to address oral hygiene. There is a groundswell movement […]

By |October 22nd, 2015|Prevention & Good Health, Private Medicine|Comments Off on Certified Physician Assistant’s Address Oral Health

What Is a Patient’s Responsibility if Providers Opt Out of Medicare?

Medicare coverage was specifically designed with two goals in mind: to help those whose ability to afford healthcare coverage has been affected by age or disability continue to receive quality medical care, and to provide a financial incentive to physicians to provide such care. Coincidentally, it’s those within the Medicare patient population who require a […]

By |August 27th, 2015|Healthcare Insurance Information, Physician Help, Private Medicine|Comments Off on What Is a Patient’s Responsibility if Providers Opt Out of Medicare?

The Do’s and Don’ts of Starting a Private Practice

For many physicians, the ultimate professional goal is to start their own practice. Running a practice not only offers the benefit of being your own boss, but it also frees you from the restrictions placed upon you by larger physician groups. It also allows you to finally build up your own clientele of patients with […]

By |August 24th, 2015|Prevention & Good Health, Private Medicine|Comments Off on The Do’s and Don’ts of Starting a Private Practice

The Pros and Cons of Opting Out of Medicare and Medicaid

With all of the upheaval happening in regards to healthcare at the federal and state levels, it’s easy to see why physicians are concerned about Medicare and Medicaid participation. While patients with federal and state healthcare coverage often constitute a large portion of any doctor’s patient population, the restrictions placed by reimbursement and regulatory compliance […]

By |July 24th, 2015|Healthcare Insurance Information, Private Medicine|Comments Off on The Pros and Cons of Opting Out of Medicare and Medicaid

6 Healthy Habits That Might Surprise You

Since the new year is here, many people are thinking about their new year’s resolutions. There are a lot of common ones out there, the most common being:

Lose weight
Eat healthier
Quit smoking
Get more organized
Save more money

While these are all great goals to have, they are also sometimes difficult to keep in the long run. If you’re […]

By |January 21st, 2014|Prevention & Good Health|Comments Off on 6 Healthy Habits That Might Surprise You

6 Simple Healthy Eating Habits

A new year is a great time to look at your overall health and set goals for a better, healthier you in the coming few months. The problem is that many people set goals that are too vague (like “lose weight” or “exercise more”), or goals that are simply too difficult to follow through with […]

By |January 16th, 2014|Prevention & Good Health|Comments Off on 6 Simple Healthy Eating Habits

The Keys to Finding the Right Concierge Physician

With all the changes coming in healthcare, and the current shortage of primary care physicians that already exists in the U.S., many people are looking for new ways to connect with their family doctor. If you are tired of being one of thousands of patients on your doctor’s roles, consider finding a concierge doctor who […]

By |January 8th, 2014|Private Medicine|Comments Off on The Keys to Finding the Right Concierge Physician

Work Toward a Workout Goal

Sometimes the monotony of the “usual” workout routine at your gym can be enough to make you want to ditch that new year’s resolution to get healthy. Instead of logging your 30 minutes of exercise a day on a treadmill or stationary bike, with your favorite Top Hits playlist droning on in the background and […]

By |January 3rd, 2014|News, Prevention & Good Health|Comments Off on Work Toward a Workout Goal

A Beginner’s Simple Guide to Starting an Exercise Program

If one of your new year’s resolutions is to exercise more, whether it is with the goal of losing weight, or just to enjoy some of the many benefits that exercise offers (including increased focus, higher energy levels, a self-esteem boost, and better overall health), beginning an exercise program can seem a little daunting, especially […]

By |December 26th, 2013|Prevention & Good Health, Private Medicine|Comments Off on A Beginner’s Simple Guide to Starting an Exercise Program

Understanding the Future of Private Medicine

The past few months have been a time of significant change in the field of medicine, with the implementation of Obamacare, and the questions that surround the future of private medicine. There are some that believe that private medicine may begin to slowly disappear, while others are finding creative ways to offer better services to […]

By |December 20th, 2013|Private Medicine|Comments Off on Understanding the Future of Private Medicine