K. Meg Morrison
Your PDA can help you code more efficiently and accurately.
How does a solo doc with no support staff manage his referrals, order his supplies and give immunizations? Gordon Moore, MD, answers those questions and more.
David C. Kibbe
The government will give you another year to comply with the transactions and code sets standards, but you have to ask for it.
Given lemons, some family physicians are still finding ways to make lemonade.
Robert L. Edsall
You may not think of Family Practice Management as a peer-reviewed journal because it’s not a scientific journal. But the nature of the articles we publish makes peer review crucial.
Maria V. Ciletti
You can give your staff strategies for effectively enforcing your practice’s payment policies.
Kent J. Moore
Initial hospital care codes | Peak-flow rate and E/M | Digital nerve block and nail removal
HIPAA privacy rules await proposed changes | The Top 20 in 2000 | Family practice match numbers drop slightly; fill rate goes up | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | High marks for health care | Ask and you shall receive | Non-MD...
Robin S. Gotler, David A. Barzilai, George E. Kikano, Kurt C. Stange
Physicians play an important role in encouraging healthy behaviors, but does this advice help or harm patient satisfaction?
Sanford J. Brown
Taking advantage | Low overhead | Search and rescue | Mentors
Kent J. Moore
Physician productivity is measured in many ways today. Here’s a look at some of them.
Jeffrey B. Sansweet, Kent J. Moore, Alice G. Gosfield
Benefits trends | Medicare recredentialing forms | Collaborating with an NP
Jeff Pendergrast, Jim Henry
What can you do when the passion for serving others comes at too high a personal price?
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