Scott Endsley, Margaret Kirkegaard, Michael Magill, John Hickner
With a clear aim, some basic innovation tools and a willingness to experiment, your team can produce some remarkable ideas.
These lessons from the business world can work in your practice, too.
More and more family physicians are adding new services and getting rave reviews. Here’s how to find the niche that’s right for you.
Robert L. Edsall
Time is running out on your opportunity to help hundreds of your colleagues.
Cindy Hughes, Trevor J. Stone
Put your compliance plan together before a payer challenges your practice.
Kent J. Moore
CPT code for tick removal | Documentation for review of systems | 99283 for an urgent care visit | Prothrombin time | Billing for arthrocentesis | Billing for cervical biopsy
E-mail consults get thumbs-up | PRACTICE PEARLS from here and there | Community-based project offers help with depression coding | Small practices struggle to adopt quality improvement methods
Lisa McTavish, Susie Gray
A volunteer patient advocate can help your patients navigate pharmaceutical companies' patient assistance programs.
Sanford J. Brown
If it ain't broke, don't fix it | Lost to follow up
Alice G. Gosfield, Trevor J. Stone, Edward Shay
Insurers must come clean to get medical records | How to handle health savings accounts (HSAs) | Social Security number not always necessary, but helpful
Robert C. Oh
Maximize your handheld computer by picking programs that fit you best.
Jennifer E. Frank
Administrative work shouldn't consume all your time. Try these tips for minimizing unnecessary tasks.
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