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    FPM May/June 2021

    Theme Issue: Coding and Payment

    The latest issue of FPM focuses on Simplifying Outpatient E/M Coding, Medicare and CPT Changes for 2022, Coding a Combined Wellness and Problem-Oriented Visit, and more.

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    Making the Most of Your Coding Options 

    Ensuring your payment accurately reflects the care you provide depends, in large part, on decisions you make every day in practice. Although last year’s revised documentation guidelines for reporting office visit evaluation and management (E/M) services aimed to simplify that process, questions about how to apply them remain. Resolve these uncertainties with hands-on help from FPM.

    Learn more with information and resources on a broad range of physician payment models.



    Move beyond scribes to automatically document care

    AI technology has advanced and can replace medical scribes and automatically document care.

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    Getting Paid

    Getting Paid

    You’ve done the work; you should be paid for it ― in full. Learn all you need to claim what you’ve earned.

    Managing Your Practice

    Managing Your Practice

    You went into medicine to help patients, and running an efficient practice plays a key role. Find the tools you need.

    Managing Your Career

    Managing Your Career

    Whether you’re new to practice or a seasoned pro, find ways to advance your career and nurture your well-being. 

    Value-based Delivery and Payment Models

    Value-Based Delivery & Payment Models

    Value-based primary care is here to stay. Review delivery and payment models to decide what works for your practice.

    Questions about the 2021 E/M Office Visit Guidelines?

    Watch the "Demystifying the 2021 Office Visit E/M Guidelines" webinar recording and download the FAQ to receive answers to frequently asked questions about the new guidelines, which went into effect January 1, 2021.