Providing adolescent and general gynecology, infertility solutions, cancer treatment, urogynecologic services, and care for healthy and high-risk pregnancies, the UT Medicine Obstetrics and Gynecology practice is equipped to meet women’s health needs at all stages of life.
If a move, move-up, down-size or construction project is in the near future, then preparation is very important for getting the right and best mortgage loan for you.
Want to simplify the relocation process? Hire a real estate relocation expert! Relocation experts take care of the fussy but necessary evils of moving so your prospective physicians can focus on the excitement and promise of a new career in a new city.
In most every instance that is reported regarding embezzlement or theft, the owner of the business is stunned that his or her trusted employee would have committed such an act.
Just 40 years ago, surgeons performing surgery had basically just a few methods for determining whether neurological deficits occurred during the procedure: Anesthesiologists could “wake” the patient slightly during surgery and test nerve function, or the surgeons would wait until the procedure was over and determine the patient’s post-surgical level of function. Today, intraoperative neurophysiological monitoring (IONM) — which allows trained technologists to monitor patients’ neurological function in real time during surgery — takes the guesswork about neurological function changes out of the equation.
The Challenge: Assist a physician in locating a building for purchase within a specific budget in the high-priced market of Alamo Heights.
Most physicians now have firsthand experience with using electronic health records (EHRs) and are aware of the potential benefits EHRs offer to the healthcare industry.
The last thing a medical practice wants to face is an IRS audit. Fortunately, audit rates are low — around 1 percent — making IRS audits the exception rather than the rule. However, if your practice is unlucky enough to be audited, there are three important points to remember.
Mark Drew, Vice President and Production Manager for Amegy Mortgage in San Antonio, explains how Amegy Mortgage can help you with your residential financing goals.
It’s no secret that with our increasing population of older adults comes a substantial need for geriatricians to coordinate primary care for your senior patients. 
Patients, families and even healthcare professionals often have questions about long-term acute care (LTAC) hospitals, their role in supporting recovery and who can MOST benefit from this specialized care setting.
If you are in the renovation or construction phase of an office building or have owned an office building for several years, there is an important question that you need to review relating to the depreciation of the building and components. What time frame are my assets being depreciated over?
Attracting the attention of the people you want to recruit is vital to the success of a recruitment campaign in any industry. Findings from Cejka Search’s annual Residents and Fellows Survey indicate that new physicians are looking for and choosing their first practice opportunity earlier than ever<sup>1</sup>, so it is critical for practices to begin an outreach strategy tailored to the needs of early-career physicians earlier as well.
To say the mortgage industry has been transformed in the last six years is an understatement.
Joanne Brewer was the proverbial picture of health for most of her life. “I was one of those healthy people who didn’t use any of my health insurance, and I hated like heck to have to pay for it,” the 73-year-old retired educator says. “I wasn’t overweight, did not have high blood pressure and never smoked a day in my life.”
The Trade Preferences Extension Act of 2015 was signed into law on June 29, 2015. One significant change from this law that will affect medical practices and other businesses soon is an increase to penalties assessed on tax information reporting. This includes items such as Forms W-2 and 1099. The previous penalty of $100 per information return was increased to $250 per information return. For many practices, this law change could have serious implications.
Last month, we discussed a new exception to the Stark Law that will allow hospitals, federally qualified health centers and rural health clinics to provide payments to physicians for the purpose of recruiting and employing nonphysician practitioners (NPPs).
The complete blood count (CBC) with reticulocytes, one of the most frequently ordered lab tests, may be underutilized by physicians for diagnostic purposes.
Our healthcare system is awash in unprecedented change. While the various undercurrents are numerous, two specific concepts are dramatically impacting healthcare real estate decisions.
The San Antonio medical office real estate market has evolved in response to our city’s influx of new residents, increases in healthcare needs for our growing senior population and healthcare reform changes.