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Documentation, general

Mar 2001 Issue
Getting More From a Voice Recognition System [Computers]

The author will give readers tips on how to better use voice recognition software through the use of macros.


Feb 2001 Issue
Implementing Preventive Care Flow Sheets [Improving Patient Care]

The article describes how one practice improved its delivery of preventive services, in part by increasing physicians' use of preventive care flowsheets.


Oct 2000 Issue
Documenting High-Risk Cases to Avoid Malpractice Liability [Feature]

You're at the highest risk of malpractice suits when dealing with these five clinical conditions. Full documentation can help.


Jul-Aug 2000 Issue
Coding Level-One Office Visits: A Refresher Course [Feature]

If you're forgetting to bill 99211 for nursing visits, or using 99201 when you should be using 99202, this quick coding lesson may improve your practice's bottom line.


Jul-Aug 2000 Issue
When What's Supposed to Happen Doesn't [Editor's Page]

Points out that one route to quality improvement is to find ways of making sure that two things that are supposed to happen together do so automatically.


May 2000 Issue
Off the Charts: Teaching Students in Compliance With HCFA Guidelines [Feature]

Play it safe when documenting E/M services: Keep your medical students' documentation out of patient chart notes.


Apr 2000 Issue
Using Peer Review for Self-Audits of Medical Record Documentation [Feature]

You might be surprised at how much doctors can help one another improve in coding and documentation.


Mar 2000 Issue
Documentation Tips for Reducing Malpractice Risk [Feature]

You can improve the quality of your communication and decrease malpractice risk with this revised version of SOAP.


Nov-Dec 1999 Issue
When to Bill for a Consultation [Getting Paid]

Medicare's clarification of its policy on when it's appropriate to pay for a consultation vs. a visit code.


Sep 1999 Issue
How to Prevent a Prepayment Review From Becoming a No-Payment Review [Getting Paid]

Three things physicians can do to keep their claims from being denied or downcoded.


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