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Five ways your practice can better control its payer contracts — and boost reimbursement
PLUS: Full results of our 2014 Fee Schedule Survey
Ten Things a Practice Needs to Be Successful In an ACO
Physicians and consultants share their top advice for practices participating in, or planning to participate in, accountable care organizations.
Ten Things a Practice Needs to Be a Successful PCMH
Physicians, medical practice managers, and consultants share their top advice for a successful transition to a Patient-Centered Medical Home.
When a Preventive Visit Uncovers a New Patient Complaint
It's possible to be reimbursed for a preventive visit and a problem-focused visit performed on the same day, but proper documentation and coding is critical.
Why We are Fighting for a Single Payer Healthcare System
For us, the health insurance companies represent a huge problem. We believe the solution is single payer, and we’re doing something about it.
Why I have Serious Doubts about the PCMH Model
I hate to think that medicine will become like a cookbook, because there are so many things that just don’t fit inside the box.
Six Things to Know About the Next Generation ACO Model
CMS' newest shared-savings payment and delivery care model features higher risks and higher rewards. Here's how it differs from current ACO models.
'Mix and Match' Documentation for Higher Reimbursement
Physicians may find that revised coding guidelines allow their coding and billing to better reflect the documented level of service provided.
2014 Fee Schedule Survey Results
The results of our 2014 Fee Schedule Survey are in. Here's a look at some of the key findings, and how physician practices can react.
Physicians: Medicare Quality Reporting Programs Ineffective
A new survey reveals most physicians feel Medicare quality improvement programs are ineffective, too complex, and too burdensome for physicians and staff.
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