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Independent Docs Lag in Reimbursement

According to the 2016 Physicians Practice Fee Schedule Survey, independent physicians are reimbursed 20-30 percent less than employed docs for certain CPT codes. Are there ways that independent physicians can catch up?

PLUS: Results to the 2016 Fee Schedule Survey. What do practices get paid for common codes?

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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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With a dearth of coders thanks to the ICD-10 transition, some practices find that training current staff is the best way to get good coders.

A new infographic from RemitDATA reveals practices have seen improvements in processing speed, denials, and more since the end of the ICD-10 grace period.

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This month's coding column: What do physicians have to know about coding for telemedicine visits?

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This month's coding column: An elderly patient's grown daughter comes in for an office visit without the patient, is there a code for that?

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Revised codes and coding guidelines for 2017 completely change reporting for moderate sedation services. Here's what you have to know.

The 2016 Physicians Practice Fee Schedule Survey reveals how much more employed docs get paid than independent physicians for certain CPT codes.

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