Practice managers have a lot on their plates. You’re busy adding and replacing providers and other staff members. You’re streamlining billing and patient care processes. And on top of that, you must stay up-to-date with an ever-changing healthcare and technology environment.

A well-curated email newsletter is one of the most efficient ways to stay in the loop. The best newsletters summarize key news headlines alongside thoughtful analysis from industry experts.

Top newsletters for practice managers

Here are three of the best email newsletters for busy practice managers. 

1. AAHAM eNewswatch

The American Association of Healthcare Administration Management (AAHAM) is the leading professional organization for practice managers. Revenue cycle professionals look to AAHAM for resources relating to reimbursement, admitting and registration, data management, medical records, and patient relations. 

The AAHAM maintains eNewswatch, a weekly Wednesday newsletter. Subscribe to receive an email with timely industry articles collected from the headlines. 

2. MGMA Insights Newsletter

The Medical Group Management Association (MGMA) is a respected player in the healthcare industry. You might have attended one of their conferences or taken an online course, but do you receive their newsletter?

Every Tuesday, MGMA shares an email that breaks down the healthcare industry. You can expect the latest news, analysis, toolkits, best practices, thought leadership, and notices about upcoming events. Subscribe on the MGMA website

3. RevCycle from TechTarget

TechTarget’s RevCycleIntelligence is a B2B media service for healthcare practice managers. Their editors connect with health systems, hospitals, and physician groups to share firsthand experiences about managing claims, improving A/R management, and adopting new reimbursement models. 

You can visit the RevCycleIntelligence Practice Management page to read the latest articles. Or sign up for their newsletter to receive the latest revenue cycle, value-based care, and finance news in your inbox.

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