On average, doctors spend two-thirds of their workdays filling out paperwork, which restricts the time they spend with patients. This is largely a result of health care regulations, which make it time-consuming for doctors to enter orders into the system’s computer and can be more efficiently managed by administrative staff.
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At a time when reimbursement rates are being squeezed, what you don’t need is someone surreptitiously removing money from your practice. Yet, that’s exactly what some staff members are doing to the practices that employ them.