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February 23, 2023 In This Issue
National News
What PATIENTS Are Reading
National News
Standardizing processes and reviewing real estate agreements are among the tips for reducing costs at physician practices.
Reducing workplace violence against physicians requires an organizational approach.
Since 2017, complaints regarding HIPAA violations and health-care data breaches increased significantly, according to new reports from the Department of Health and Human Services' Office for Civil Rights.
Personalized communication and clarity regarding pricing can help to improve patient satisfaction.
Members of Congress are considering possible legislation to address the shortage of health-care workers and high rates of burnout among health-care professionals.
Health-care trends for 2023 include the emergence of a broader range of payment options at physician practices.
Tips for boosting employee well-being include promoting trust among team members and making expectations clear.
Patients are more likely to pay their bills if they believe the physicians and staff at a practice care about them, according to one expert.
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What Patients are Reading
Taking good care of one's toenails can help to head off problems such as ingrown toenails.
Spending long periods of time barefoot or with unsupportive footwear can lead to foot pain.
Making sure that not all of one's weight is on the ball of the foot can help to reduce the discomfort of high heels.
Disclaimer: Stories from sources other than APMA do not necessarily reflect APMA positions or policies. APMA does not endorse these stories. This content appears in the News Brief to enhance members' understanding of how media coverage shapes perceptions of podiatric medicine, and to educate members about what their patients, legislators and other healthcare professionals are seeing in the media.



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