After hours care is a service that many practices provide, whether or not they get paid for it. In order to run your practice like the business that it is, it's important to identify where you are leaving money on the table, and make changes to strengthen your revenue cycle.
Hurricanes have hit hard down south this fall, and many PCC clients have been affected by the storms. PCC talked to Lighthouse Pediatrics of Naples to hear how their practice made it through Hurricane Irma.
Childhood and teen obesity at epidemic levels in the U.S. Adding nutrition services to pediatric practices can increase the quality of care for your patients, while adding an additional source of revenue for your business.
We'd like to announce the newest addition to the PCC family: our PCC eRx Blog! You can look forward to posts regarding answers and suggestions for commonly asked ePrescribing questions, best practices with using PCC eRx, industry updates, and more.
Each year pediatricians are charged with the task of vaccinating thousands of patients against influenza. To keep patients healthy, they must administer a very high volume of flu shots during the busiest…
The recent ban by the Trump administration on transgender people serving in the military has raised the awareness among Americans about the issue of sexual identification. Whether it “points to a fundamental…
When it comes to medical care, one of the most important things to your practice is the patient experience. Whether a child is seeing you for a sick visit, a checkup, or a vaccination, their time spent in your office will be the deciding factor in whether or not they’ll continue to see you.
Explore 3 approaches geared toward improving the interconnectivity between your practice, your patients, and other providers. These tips will help both your patients and your practice, by providing you with a more holistic view of their medical history.