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The ICD-10 transition will continue into the next year for practices. Here are some tips you’ll need to take in 2016.

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In the world of coding, here's why an attending physician is not really allowed to attest to an NP consult. Also, what are comparative billing reports?

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Learning to avoid common and costly mistakes when accepting and processing card payments can add up to big savings for your medical practice. [Sponsored]

Brooks Young, DPM

When Dr. Brooks Young took over his foot and ankle clinic eight years ago, it had paper charts and an outdated billing service. Here's how he updated it.

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Does your collections agency have the specialized knowledge needed to get the most ROI on your delinquent accounts? Here are the seven questions to ask. [Sponsored]

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Can you code when a patient is so distraught an appropriate history cannot be obtained, nor can a mental status exam be performed?

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There are two simple steps practices can take to improve front-desk collections from their staff in the age of the high deductible.

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