Getting insurer approval for treatment can take hours out of your week. Here are some ways to reduce the pain.
John P. Yeatts, Devdutta G. Sangvai
Accurate coding drives accurate risk adjustment, which will increasingly affect your bottom line.
Arnold E. Cuenca
On-screen alerts can help a spread-out staff work together to keep patient care moving smoothly.
Kathleen G. Reims, Denise Ernst
Encouraging patients to talk about their goals rather than their obstacles can lead to long-term change.
Kenneth G. Adler
Successful use requires us to change our thinking about ourselves.
Edmond S. Weisbart
While attempting to solve one problem, DPC may be exacerbating other serious problems in our health care system.
Direct primary care will continue to grow because it empowers price transparency, quality, and patient satisfaction.
ICD-10 changes for 2016-2017 | Screening for depression | New or established patient?
Jared Ellis, Brian C. Reed
Answer patients' questions <i>before</i> the visit | Inform patients about delays
Toni L. Apgar, Mark Nunlist
Half of our patients do not take their medications, but we can change that.
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