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Lucien W. Roberts

Lucien W. Roberts

Lucien W. Roberts, III, MHA, FACMPE, is a Virginia-based consultant. For the past twenty years, he has worked in and consulted with physician practices in areas such as compliance, physician compensation, negotiations, strategic planning, and billing/collections. He may be reached at lucien.roberts@yahoo.com

Want to meet Lucien W. Roberts and hear him discuss difficult patients and metrics to get your medical practice back on track? Join us May 2 & 3 in Newport Beach, Calif., for Practice Rx, a new conference for physicians and office administrators.

Want to meet Lucien W. Roberts and hear him discuss difficult patients and metrics to get your medical practice back on track? Join us May 2 & 3 in Newport Beach, Calif., for Practice Rx, a new conference for physicians and office administrators. - See more at: http://www.physicianspractice.com/medical-billing-collections/ar-primer-...

 

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Keeping A/R within healthy limits will become more difficult as health reform rolls out. Here are nine steps your practice can take to collect all that it is due.

Primary-care physicians can and should position themselves to strategically align their practices with both specialists and health systems.

The art and practice of medicine has changed remarkably, yet the core tenet of medicine — caring for patients — remains what doctors do best.

While "quality" has been an important buzz-word for practices, it is not the same as "value." Here's how to tell the difference.

A key partner in the ICD-10 transition is your claims clearinghouse. Here are six key questions to ask now to be sure you are both ready.

Since 2011, only one in every two or three physicians has attested to the Stage 1 rules of meaningful use. Why should this matter to your practice?

The best defense is a good offense. Arm yourself with knowledge on what new federal healthcare fraud and abuse measures mean for your practice.

While many practices have a compliance plan, most sit on a shelf gathering dust. Take it down, dust it off, and read it. Unenforced, it could be your worst enemy.

There's a lot to be said for first impressions. So, when do your new patients form their first impressions of you?

Don't let your patients judge you by the dusty philodendron sitting in the corner. Use our easy checklist to make sure your waiting room measures up.

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