Robert L. Edsall, Kent J. Moore
The third article in our series on Medicare's documentation guidelines will help you determine whether what's on your mind is what's on the patient's record.
ROGER SHENKEL, DAVID WEST
With the right data, primary care physicians can help reduce costs while improving quality.
Kenneth G. Adler, Joel Shields, Robert L. Edsall
How satisfied you are with your EHR system depends on more than how well it is designed, implemented and supported by the vendor.
Don't let varying interpretations of the evaluation and management guidelines keep you from getting paid.
If you've recently made real improvements in how your practice works, you might just win one.
Don't just complain about your EHR system; help make it better.
Preventive care visit + procedure? | 23-hour observation stay | Defining new patients in a group practice
Christine A. Sinsky, Marguerite Duane, Ernesto Barrera Linares
Invite patients to listen while you dictate the note | Help patients differentiate good and bad cholesterol | Revive the physician-patient relationship | Create a “web dashboard” | Communicate well with patients when using an EHR
You have to be vigilant, or the complainers will eat you alive.
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