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Why some practices are reporting higher revenues in 2020

The impact of COVID-19 on doctors’ income has been significant. According to the most recent Medscape Physician Compensation Report, practices saw an average 55 percent decrease in revenue and a 60 percent drop in patient volume since the beginning of the crisis. Medscape also reported that specialties that rely on elective procedures, including ophthalmology and otolaryngology, saw the largest amount of lost business.Read More

Now’s the time to try these 6 ideas in your practice

This has already been a year of extraordinary upheaval and change—and we’re only halfway through 2020. Health care providers have been forced to adapt to evolving circumstances quickly and safely, to the best of their ability. Telemedicine is improving. Elective procedures and routine care are resuming.Read More

Improved safety, reimbursements, and technology have increased its popularity

Prior to COVID-19, telehealth and telemedicine were not all that widespread among doctors. Just 21 percent of all physicians stated that they used virtual consulting, according to a recent report, and the percentage of physicians interested in telehealth had been declining to under 30 percent. Read More

How to welcome patients back and make them feel safe post-COVID-19

In our last post, we discussed tips to prepare your medical practice to reopen for routine appointments and elective procedures. Everything about health care has changed in light of the COVID-19 crisisincluding how you open (or reopen) your doors to patients, and how you maintain strong doctor-patient interactions while wearing masks. Read More

From myopia to contact lens care, engage patients in ongoing care even during COVID-19

In our last post, Dr. Paul Karpecki discussed the growing prevalence of myopia among young people. The number of school-aged children affected was already growing at an alarming rate before COVID-19. Myopia also currently affects nearly half of all young adults in the U.S. and Europe. Read More