ITEMS IN FPM ON TOPIC:

Reimbursement

Mar 2002 Issue
11 Tips for More Productive Billing [Getting Paid]

The author, a practice administrator, offers 10 tips for improving the efficiency of billing and collection processes.


Feb 2002 Issue
Getting Paid: Wrestling With the System [Editor's Page]

Argues that E/M coding is fundamentally unworkable as a way of determining charges because it functions in a system where incentives are not aligned.


Jan 2002 Issue
CPT: What's New in 2002? [Getting Paid]

Summary of relevant CPT changes for family physicians.


Nov-Dec 2001 Issue
The Ins and Outs of "Incident-To" Reimbursement [Feature]

If you work with nonphysician providers, you can’t afford to ignore these rules.


Oct 2001 Issue
Five Ways of Looking at a 99214 [Editor's Page]

A reflection on the issue's cover illustration, this editorial argues that what the illustration really shows is a reimbursement system that's completely out of whack.


Oct 2001 Issue
How to Get All the 99214s You Deserve [Feature]

It’s easier than you might think to get what’s coming to you.


Sep 2001 Issue
Medicare Clarifies Preoperative Services Reimbursement Policy [Getting Paid]

The author explains instructions recently issue by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services about how to code for preoperative medical evaluations performed by family physicians at the request of surgeons outside the Medicare global surgical period.


Apr 2001 Issue
Billing Medicare for Diabetes Self-Management Training [Getting Paid]

This article explains Medicare's reimbursement rules for diabetes self-management training.


Nov-Dec 2000 Issue
Understanding Medicare's Mental Health Treatment Limitation [Getting Paid]

When family physicians provide mental health services to their Medicare patients, they can find their usual Medicare payments reduced. Here's the reason why and an explanation of why it shouldn't affect your bottom line.


Nov-Dec 2000 Issue
Making Quality and Service Pay: Part 2, The External Environment [Feature]

Across the country, insurers are beginning to pay physicians for improved quality and service. They'll get there faster with your help.


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