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Documentation, general

November/December 2016 Issue
It’s Time for ICD-10 Changes [Feature]

The ICD-10 grace period has ended, so avoid using out-of-date and unspecified codes.


November/December 2016 Issue
Sharing Visit Notes: Are We Ready and Willing? [From The Editor]

Will this really improve patient care?


November/December 2016 Issue
Sharing Visit Notes: Getting Patients and Physicians on the Same Page [Feature]

Inviting patients to review your visit notes is a promising change in practice. Here’s how to get started.


July/August 2016 Issue
Five Lessons for Working With a Scribe [Feature]

Documentation personnel can free up physicians during visits to "do what we do best."


March/April 2016 Issue
Getting Your Notes Done on Time [The Last Word]

These seven tips can help you spend less time on charting.


May/June 2015 Issue
ICD-10 Sprains, Strains, and Automobile Accidents [Feature]

Our tour of ICD-10 continues with the minor injury codes you’re likely to use in family medicine.


March/April 2014 Issue
How to Document and Code for Hypertensive Diseases in ICD-10 [Feature]

This installment in FPM's ICD-10 series explains the guidelines for coding hypertension.


January/February 2014 Issue
10 Steps to Preparing Your Office for ICD-10 -- Now [Feature]

Don't wait any longer. You need to take steps now to meet the Oct. 1 deadline.


November/December 2013 Issue
Getting Ready for ICD-10: How It Will Affect Your Documentation [Feature]

Once you understand the basic structure of ICD-10, you'll be able to capture the details needed to assign a correct code.


July/August 2013 Issue
Do You Know What Is (or Isn't) in Your Documentation? [Feature]

Leaving out key information in patient documentation can compromise quality and cost you money.


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