Michael R. Burke
The first challenge of employed practice is to analyze your contract – before you sign.
Timothy Owolabi, Isac Simpson
It’s not hard, once you get the hang of it, but the differences from E/M coding can be confusing.
Before you can help a "difficult" patient, you may need to change how you view that person.
Suraj Achar, Wiggin Wu
Recognizing warning signs and documenting with care are two keys.
An ICD-10 code is one thing you can’t assemble without consulting the instruction book.
Leigh Ann Backer
Time is short, but getting to know your patients can be invaluable.
Debra Seyfried, Kent Moore
Medicare annual wellness exam during a home visit | Modifier 25 for new patient visits? | Payment for physician assistants | IUD removal | Will ICD-9 codes be updated this year?
Michael S. Niziol, Tripp Bradd, Renae Moch
Stop providing secretarial services for referrals | Use technology to store all your notes, tasks, and ideas | HIPAA business associate agreements
Some shoes can never be filled.
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