Highlights From The March 2019 Issue
Here are some editorial highlights from the current issue of Podiatry Management magazine.
- A Backwards Look at Retirement Planning
Here’s what the distribution phase can teach us about the accumulation phase.
- Are Supergroups Changing Podiatry's Practice Paradigm?
Here's how DPMs can leverage private equity investment interest.
- The Podiatric Hall of Fame
- Sam Mendicino, DPM: Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient
This year’s Hall of Fame inductee is a “man for all reasons.”
- Rem Jackson: Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient
He’s podiatry’s “Top Practice” guru.
- MIS Correction of 2nd Plantar Plate Tears
This procedure has yielded good results for the author.
- What’s New in 2019
Here are some interesting developments.
- majorShould All Podiatrists Be Primarily Surgeons?
Surgical and clinical practitioners should co-exist.
- The Federal Government, the Opioid Crisis, the False Claims Act and You
Here’s some timely advice for this hot-button topic.
- What You Don’t Know About Texting Can Hurt You
You need to analyze strengths,weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.
- Understanding the -25 and -57 Modifiers
It’s important to know when to use each of these.
- “Top of Mind” Staff Topics—Part 2
Here are more quick, candid solutions to some frequently-asked questions.
- Thinking of Divorcing Your Bank?
These five steps will make a tough job easier.
- Five Steps to Managing Your Online Brand
If your reputation on the Internet is not a positive one, it could sabotage your practice.
- Who Answers the Phone in Your Healthcare Practice?
These are the core requirements on every call.
- Understanding and Preventing Employee Burnout
There are a number of ways to prevent this problem.
- Safety, Regulation, Compliance, and Billing of In-Office Ambulatory Surgeries
Office surgery accreditation can be attained by adhering to the state and agency standards.
- Future Star: William Long, DPM
This young practitioner developed his leadership skills in the military.
- The Changing Pathways to Medical Degrees
The rapid rise in medical information may ultimately lead to degree parity.