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Has it been a while since your practice opened up its coding handbook? We talked to experts in the field, who shared some tips on how to optimize coding procedures at your practice.

Plus: 11 Common Coding Questions (and Answers)

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Physicians are taking their well-known disdain for maintenance of certification to state legislators. Has it made a difference?

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Coding expert Bill Dacey has some of the most recent updates to the coding manual. What do you have to know for 2018?

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Are you celebrating and thanking your staff on a daily basis? If not, you could be creating a negative working environment.

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A recent Merritt Hawkins survey found 56 percent of docs in support of single-payer healthcare due to a variety of reasons, including feelings of inevitably.

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Don't let the grind get you down. Here are five ways physicians can be more energetic in their day-to-day lives.

This doc found out the hard way that medical coding for a single patient can be a cumbersome time suck.

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A little time and effort by practices can save patients thousands of dollars in unseen costs.

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Physicians Practice Pearls

Don’t just throw a new physician into the fire. Here are seven ways to ensure his success in acclimating to your environment.

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Here are 10 things you should consider if you are planning to let go of your practice's IT person or vendor. Don't act rash!

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The self-funded employer market is a good opportunity for your practice, you just have to let them know your practice is a good fit for them.

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