4 Ways A Medical Director Can Help You Improve Patient Satisfaction

Posted on: 7 November 2022

A medical director is someone who helps your office improve patient satisfaction. A medical collaborator makes sure that you are doing everything you can to make your patients happy and also help with any problems that come up. Online physician collaborator services are a way for doctors to work together online to help each other out and improve care for their patients. Here are four ways that working with a medical director can help improve patient satisfaction at your facility.
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Understanding Varicose Vein Treatment: Why You Shouldn't Ignore Those Varicose Veins

Posted on: 30 September 2022

If you've been diagnosed with varicose veins, your physician may have suggested that you get treatment to resolve the problem. If you're like many people, you may feel like varicose veins are just a cosmetic issue, so you may not be concerned about addressing them. The fact is that there is far more to this condition than you may realize. Here's a look at some of the things that you need to know about varicose vein treatment and why it is important.
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Benefits of Outsourcing Urology Billing Services

Posted on: 29 August 2022

When you own your own urology practice, billing can be complicated to manage. There are numerous tasks to handle, including quoting services for patients, negotiating with insurance companies, tracking the financial performance of your practice from year to year, and collecting on bills that are behind. It can be difficult to juggle these tasks while also handling patient care.  There are many benefits to outsourcing your urology billing services, including the following: 
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3 Soft Tissue Therapies For Scar Tissue

Posted on: 27 July 2022

Some people with soft tissue injuries may be frustrated by a lengthy recovery period or a decrease in their muscle functionality. The Journal of Sports Medicine says that this decrease in functionality—especially in the case of severe injuries—is often due to the formation of fibrous scar tissue. Scar tissue can impair your range of motion and cause stiffness and/or pain. If you have scar tissue that is impacting your healing times, here are three soft tissue healing therapies to consider.
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