Looking To Improve Your Practice? Hire Out Transcription Or Billing

Posted on: 9 March 2022

If you are a medical professional who is looking to improve your practice, you may want to look into fielding out some of your services instead of hiring professionals in-house. There are several businesses and companies that can actually work more effectively than hiring and training your own staff, saving you money, and improving your practice's overall function. Two of these businesses that you may want to look into are medical transcriptionists and medical billing specialists. [Read More]

Yes, Rheumatologists Diagnose And Treat Autoimmune Diseases

Posted on: 10 February 2022

Rheumatologists are specialists who treat autoimmune and musculoskeletal diseases. Your doctor is likely to refer you to a rheumatologist when you have symptoms of an autoimmune disease. Understanding the signs of autoimmune disease can help you decide whether you should ask for a referral from your primary care physician to a specialist. What Are Autoimmune Diseases? People suffer from autoimmune diseases when their body's defense system attacks its own cells. This occurs because the body mistakes normal cells for foreign ones in the body and attacks its own tissues. [Read More]

Gestational Hypertension: Causes, Symptoms, And Diagnosis

Posted on: 12 January 2022

Gestational hypertension is high blood pressure that occurs during pregnancy. It typically begins in the latter part of the pregnancy and then resolves after the baby is born. It is essential to keep all of your prenatal care appointments so that gestational hypertension can be recognized and managed in its early stages. Here are some causes and symptoms of gestational hypertension and how it is diagnosed.  Causes And Symptoms While the exact causes of gestational hypertension are unknown, certain factors can raise your risk. [Read More]

COVID-19 Testing And Beyond: How To Protect Your Guests This Holiday Season

Posted on: 1 December 2021

The holidays are here. If you've got family gatherings planned, now's the time to prepare for safety. The pandemic might have eased up enough for you to host small family gatherings this year, but that doesn't mean that you can afford to let your guard down. In fact, with the new variants trying to find their way into the United States, now's the time to pay close attention to health and safety standards. [Read More]