At long last, physicians can be paid for some of the care coordination services that they provide.
Robert L. Edsall, Kenneth G. Adler
Changing your EHR could lead to greater practice satisfaction – or not. The results of this survey may surprise you.
Kenneth D. Beckman
This overview of the common gastrointestinal disorders in primary care will help you get ready for ICD-10 and avoid, say, K30 – indigestion.
Portals can benefit your practice and your patients, but you have to get them using the technology first.
Kenneth G. Adler
Some physicians and patients have been reticent to embrace online portals, but the changing nature of health care will accelerate the process.
Addressing a new problem during an incident-to visit | Getting paid for wart removal | Transitional care vs. chronic care management | Billing Medicare for telehealth services
VisualDx is a decision support and clinical reference tool focused on skin diseases. It allows health care professionals to make dermatological differential diagnoses based on patient-specific findings, review medication-induced adverse effects, and search for specific...
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J. LeBron McBride
The best doctors demonstrate not only what they know but also that they care.
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