Sometimes, coding is almost as simple as looking at the clock.
Michael R. Burke
A few key provisions can explain a lot about your contract.
Choosing the best candidate for your staff depends a lot on selecting the right interview questions.
Learn how to plug the leaks that deplete your practice’s income.
Robert L. Edsall
If you had any doubt that you practice in an absurdly complicated health care system, the article in this issue by Alice G. Gosfield, JD, would set you straight (see page 14). In a few pages of prose that’s as lucid as the subject allows, Gosfield summarizes the laws and...
Richard E. Hunton
Alice G. Gosfield
Learn the rules, and you’ll get the reimbursement you’re entitled to.
Kent J. Moore
Coding multiple new problems | Swing-bed status
Health professionals’ education system needs “overhaul,” says IOM | New program pays docs for quality | Primary care to lead change of Americans’ unhealthy behaviors | HIPAA gets a rough start | Error rates higher in U.S. | Saving more with EMRs | Average hospital stays | The...
James W. Redka
This simple checklist can make your job easier by helping patients clarify what they want out of today’s visit.
Sanford J. Brown
A complicated case | Horses vs. zebras IV | Old myths die hard
Open-source software may be the key to an electronic health record system that even the smallest practice can afford.
Tom McGuinness, Todd A. Rodriguez, Keith Borglum
Offering health benefits | Governance rights | Employment agreements
Laughter is the best medicine. And medicine often makes for the best laughter.
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