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September/October 2015 Issue
Chronic Care Management in the Real World [Feature]

Physicians share their actual experiences, successes, and stumbles as they implement chronic care management in their practices.


May/June 2015 Issue
Answers to Your Questions About Chronic Care Management [Feature]

From what constitutes 24/7 access to how to document the 20 minutes of required monthly services, we fill in the blanks about this new Medicare benefit.


March/April 2015 Issue
Using Medicare "Incident-To" Rules [Feature]

Nonphysician practitioners can expand practice capacity, but it's vital to follow the billing rules.


January/February 2015 Issue
Chronic Care Management and Other New CPT Codes [Feature]

At long last, physicians can be paid for some of the non-face-to-face services that they provide.


May/June 2013 Issue
Transitional Care Management Services: New Codes, New Requirements [Feature]

Two new codes will help you get paid for managing a patient’s transition from the inpatient to outpatient setting, but they come with new expectations.


September/October 2012 Issue
Direct-to-Consumer Marketing of Durable Medical Equipment [Feature]

With commercials for “free” equipment and supplies running daily, you need to be ready to respond when a patient requests a prescription.


January/February 2011 Issue
What You Need to Know About the Medicare Preventive Services Expansion [Feature]

This guidance and our downloadable tools will make the new rules easier to implement.


September/October 2010 Issue
A Physician's Guide to the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs: The Basics [Feature]

With the changes made in the final rule, earning the EHR incentives is still not easy, but at least it's easier.


July/Aug 2010 Issue
Is Your Medicare Payer Playing by the Rules? [Feature]

Don't let varying interpretations of the evaluation and management guidelines keep you from getting paid.


March/April 2010 Issue
Should Doctors Reject the Government's EHR Incentive Plan? [Opinion]

It's a big hill to climb for a carrot that may not be there when you reach the top.


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