Paperwork management

March/April 2014 Issue
Joy Revisited [The Last Word]

Many articles have offered advice on how to reinvigorate the joy of practice, with ideas such as "slow down," "use laughter," or "reduce overhead." But if we really want joy in practice, we need to address the absurdities in our health care system and advocate for systems and processes that make sense.

Jul-Aug 2008 Issue
The Paper Chase [The Last Word]

Technology was supposed to eliminate paper in our offices, so what happened?

Mar 2007 Issue
Dealing With Medical Junk Mail [The Last Word]

The author pokes fun at the unique junk mail physicians receive.

Nov-Dec 2006 Issue
Improving Office Practice: Working Smarter, Not Harder [Feature]

The author describes steps she has taken to redesign her practice systematically, implementing advanced access, pre-visit planning and other steps to cope with her own declining job satisfaction and to improve the quality of care delivered in her practice.

Oct 2006 Issue
Get Ready for the Revised CMS-1500 Claim Form [Feature]

This article describes changes in the CMS claim form that will take effect in January 2007.

Sep 2006 Issue
Providing Consistent Care With Standardized Admission Orders [Feature]

The article will explain how standardized admission orders can assist family physicians and will point readers to the updated versions of 38 orders previously published in FPM.

Sep 2006 Issue
In Search of a Super Superbill [Feature]

The article presents a model superbill developed specifically for use in family physicians' offices with input from FPM readers.

Jul-Aug 2005 Issue
Prioritizing Your Incoming Messages [Balancing Act]

The author describes how to maximize your efficiency by organizing your incoming and outgoing messages and other patient-related information.

Jun 2005 Issue
Handling Administrative Burdens [Balancing Act]

The article suggests five tips for physicians to decrease the amount of administrative work they encounter on a daily basis.

Mar 2005 Issue
How to Cure a Bad Case of Fax-o-rrhea [Computers]

This article describes how medical practices can better cope with the large volume of incoming faxes they receive and streamline their communication processes.

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