Kenneth G. Adler, Robert L. Edsall
If you already use an electronic health record system, here's your chance to help your colleagues who haven't yet made the leap.
A. John Orzano, Alfred F. Tallia, Claire R. McInerney, Reuben R. McDaniel, Jr., Benjamin F. Crabtree
Your practice's success may depend on getting those who work for you to share what they know. Here's how to do it.
Your peers have been coding more 99214s. Is it time to review your coding habits?
Mark Murray, Mike Davies, Barbara Boushon
There are limits to the number of patients you can effectively care for. Here's how to determine that number, improve patient access and better manage your workload.
How many patients should you have, and how many do you have? Two simple questions, right?
Thomas A. Felger
If they use multiple conversion factors when determining what they'll pay, you may be at an even greater disadvantage than you realized.
Bobby J. Newbell
2007 Match results: Family medicine stays flat | New CMS-1500 claim form delayed by formatting error | Conn. bill seeks to limit claim denials | So many topics, so little time during office visits
Anticoagulation management | New patients for a new physician? | Billing for wet mounts and KOH preps | Using documentation from MAs
Be ready to accommodate caregivers | Ask patients for feedback | Providing services as a professional courtesy
When faced with organizational bureaucracy, physicians can either give in, get out or learn how to orbit.
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