The first step is simply to take a closer look at your appointment book.
Javier F. Sevilla Mátir, Deanna R. Willis
If you don't have access to a professionally trained interpreter, these tips will help you maximize the resources you do have available.
Leigh Ann Backer
Some family physicians are charging for refills, forms - and even phone calls.
Robert L. Edsall
By charging patients for refills, phone calls, e-mails and more, some family physicians are looking for the future.
Kent J. Moore
Getting paid for preoperative and postoperative care needn't be a headache.
Kent J. Moore
99211 & immunizations | “Self-limited, minor” problems | After office hours | Multiple procedures at the same visit | HCPCS codes for Nubain & Phenergan | Benadryl injection
Backlog in Medicare enrollment processing continues | Supreme Court limits lawsuits against HMOs | Twenty states in crisis | Health care spending slows | Paying for performance
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Michelle E. Lutton, null PsyD
Seven skills will help you end the medical visit with greater satisfaction for both you and your patient.
Sanford J. Brown
Role models | Horses vs. zebras V
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Billing costs | Online consultations outside your patient base | Documenting E/M services with checklists | Delayed dictation
J. LeBron McBride
Unseen family phantoms can accompany you and your patients into the exam room.
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