KENT MOORE, BARBARA HAYS
New codes for cognitive assessment and care planning, team-based care management, prolonged preventive services, and anticoagulation management are among this year's changes.
You couldn't have made it through medical school and residency without a high intellect, but have you developed your emotional intelligence?
ARNOLD E. CUENCA, LISA PERRY
This physician and medical assistant jump-start patient visits by teaming up and reversing some traditional roles in the exam room.
The rules for complying with Medicare's Quality Payment Program are getting stricter.
MICHELLE KANE, LEE CHAMBLISS
The five-step “FAVER” approach can help you say no to uncomfortable requests while preserving the patient relationship.
Recommend these mobile apps to patients as a way to reinforce recommended lifestyle changes.
Kenneth G. Adler, Leigh Ann Backer
Practicing medicine may be more challenging than ever, but FPM is here to help — redesigned and focused on what family physicians need today.
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RECIPROCAL BILLING DURING EXTENDED ABSENCES | ICD-10 CODING FOR ACCIDENTS WITHOUT INJURY | REMOVAL OF IMPACTED CERUMEN
WARN PATIENTS ABOUT PRIVACY ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH GENETIC TESTING | USE TEXT MESSAGES TO BOOST FLU SHOTS | ENCOURAGE EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION
To make the right decision, first consider the patient's motives.
You can get paid for advance care planning and satisfy a high-priority quality measure for MACRA.
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