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Keith L. Martin

Keith L. Martin

Keith L. Martin is group editorial director for Physicians Practice, where he writes and edits for the journal and covers news for the blog, as well as Diagnostic Imaging, and OBGYN.net. He has covered the insurance industry and criminal justice, and worked as a newspaper reporter. He’s also a devoted Red Sox fan. E-mail him here.
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Whether your medical practice was ready to implement ICD-10 in October 2014 or not, here's what you need to do to get ready for the transition in 2015.

Congress decided that physicians need one more year to prepare for ICD-10. Here's what it means for your medical practice and the healthcare industry overall.

The U.S. EHR market is projected to reach $9.3 billion by 2015, the largest worldwide, thanks in part to meaningful use incentives, says a new Accenture study.

Let's work together to ensure that this year is a successful one for you and your practice. We're here to help, so just let us know how.

Training, testing, and ongoing review and maintenance are parts of an action plan your medical practice should have for the ICD-10 transition.

An internal systems assessment, developing a budget, and looking at documentation are key elements to prepare for the ICD-10 transition.

Robert Tennant of the Medical Group Management Association offers tips to practices to create a strategy for the ICD-10 transition.

Payer negotiations can favor medical practices if they take steps to know more about themselves and their patients.

Making an impact on your patients — and your fellow medical practice employees — means bringing out the best in yourself. Sally Hogshead describes how.

At Northwest Primary Care Group in Oregon, they've implemented some strategies and best practices to get patients engaged via their portal. Here are some tips.

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