Kent J. Moore
Here’s how to get paid when you’re not the only doctor in the hospital room.
Albert Y. Yu, Jonathan E. Rodnick
Two tools – gap analysis and root cause analysis – can work together to tell you where and why you might be lagging financially.
Move beyond the basics with easy-to-learn programs that manage patient data.
JEFFREY B. SANSWEET
How you structure your practice can have big consequences when it comes to liability and taxes.
Philip J. Mohler, Nancy B. Mohler
The chronic care model offers a proactive, organized approach that can improve outcomes and satisfaction, but no paradigm shift comes easy.
Taking the long view in a short-sighted world takes courage and commitment.
Primary care physicians should be doing chronic disease management, and it should be a billable service.
Coding an initial consultation | “Worried well” exam | Sports physicals for students | Billing for care plan oversight
Humana settles with physicians | Health plans vs. banks: Who treats their customers better? | Delegates debate recertification, health plan hassles, retail clinics | Project focuses on billing complexities | Study finds modest improvement with P4P programs
Make scheduling job No. 1 | Implement disease-specific dictation reminders | Find the Medicare allowable for a particular service | Surprise your staff with extra paid time off | Systematize exam room restocking | Don’t let your numbers tell the story | Make well-informed...
Richard E. Waltman
After facing a serious illness, one physician found new meaning in this common question.
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