Peter R. Jensen, null CPC
Reviewing the rules and examining your coding practices can decrease denials and help you get paid.
Here's a plan for figuring out which practice is right for you.
Alvin B. Lin
Here are 15 resources that can make you more effective with your handheld.
Joshua S. Coren
An open house can help you attract new patients and retain existing ones. Here’s how to pull it off in five simple steps.
The ability to collect and use data to improve performance is becoming an essential practice management skill.
Scott Endsley, Geof Baker, Bernard A. Kershner, Kathleen Curtin
Yes, the concept has flaws, but it may also have promise. Regardless, it’s headed your way.
We may be approaching the failure of the past and the birth of the future of health care.
John W. Richards, Jr.
Medicare proposes substantial changes to physician fee schedule | Physician income declines between 1995 and 2003 | Health plans reverse troubling payment policies | Court tosses out suit against health plans
Cindy Hughes, null CPC
Billing for group visits | Multiple physicians for one patient | Communicating with nursing home staff | Laser therapy | “Get-acquainted” visits | Wound repair | E codes as secondary diagnoses | Telephone counseling
Max Boone, Holly D. McCoy, Katherine A. Schneider, Sara E. Allgood, Ray Holt, Julian T. Hsu, Carol N. Pryby
Simplify your phone service | Initiating background checks on potential employees | Remind patients to get A1C checks | Manage by walking around | Host a tailgate with drug reps | Encourage vacations | Follow up with your patients | Create templates for study orders
When you happen upon a new diagnosis, a strange phenomenon occurs: Its prevalence increases in your practice.
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