Robyn Latessa, Lisa Ray
It boils down to a personal decision in most situations.
Jennifer Brinckerhoff, Eric A. Coleman
Congress passed the legislation. Now physicians must learn the details.
The concept’s founder explains how to do “today’s work today” and improve patient access to your practice.
Robert L. Edsall
Practice is too complicated for improvements to be simple.
Being up-front can help prevent back-door tactics.
John Rowe, Blake Fagan, David Mouw, Dottie King, Kelly Christianson
This practice sent an employee to coding school and saw dramatic revenue gains.
Kent J. Moore
Coding forms completion | An office visit with multiple procedures | Venipuncture on a Medicare patient | Coding a pre-operative, consultative exam | Trigger-point injections | Interpreting diagnostic tests | Critical-care transport | “Reviewing” vs. “interpreting” an X-ray
Physicians’ quality report cards to go public | Medicare pay-for-performance demo under way | Health care professionals unlikely to address colleagues’ errors | Physicians sue health plan over fee reduction
Mark H. Ebell
The most widely used tests may not be the most effective.
Sanford J. Brown
Vitamin V | A transcription error
Daniel M. Bernick, Julie Henry, David R. Dearden
Semi-retirement within a productivity-based group | Salary comparison resources | Appointment of counsel
Feeling overwhelmed by faxes? Try this doctor’s fix: a mix of technology and diplomacy.
Anna K. Cox-Havron
Saving information you don’t need could be costing you more than you think.
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