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It’s early in the ICD-10 transition, but one doc began dual coding over a year ago and already has a few lessons to dole out.
This doctor’s patient has all but lost her short-term memory. Unfortunately, the doctor seems to be the only one who sees it.
The challenges of ICD-10 are only getting started with denial and claim error rates set to rise. Here’s one way to avoid these travails.
With the rollout of ICD-10 it's important to keep a sense of normalcy in other critical areas of your practice. Here are some ways to do that.
The change to the ICD-10 coding system was greeted with dread and sometimes fear. But now that it's live, it's time to see what it can do.
As patients see increases in healthcare costs, it’s up to a practice’s staff members to change payment behavior and keep collections coming.
A recent study looked at the effect miscommunication had on malpractice claims. The results show the value in being clear and concise with patients.
We surveyed 1,001 physicians as part of our annual Great American Physician Survey, Sponsored by Kareo. This video includes key findings of the survey.
Take a quiz on CPT codes, denials, CARCs, and other medical claims information, using data from the first quarter of 2015 provided by RemitDATA.
Building up your web presence via your practice website or blog doesn't need to take a lot of time. Here's how to do it in 10 minutes or less per day.
Drawing patients to your blog, website, or social media pages starts with having the right content. Here's what to write about.
Physicians Practice Pearls
If your staff is faced with a daily workload that leaves them frustrated and worn out, it may be time to think about outsourcing.
Your patients want convenience and ease of access but does telemedicine provide the all-important continuity of care?