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ICD-10

Our coding expert discusses copying the referring physician on consults; coding follow-up visits; and selecting medical complexity for high-toxicity meds.

ICD-10 is here, so be sure your medical practice is addressing all related issues to avoid a hit to your bottom line.

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Cost, true partnership, and responsiveness to small-to-medium-sized practices are all good reasons to stick with your current EHR vendor

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Avoid problems with reimbursement through accurate and specific coding in ICD-10. Here are some tips to do that.

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Even if you haven’t seen an uptick in denials, the ICD-10 transition could affect your bottom line. Here are some ways to ensure that doesn’t happen.

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The big bang of ICD-10 has happened. Practices should focus on getting reimbursement from third-party payers and clearing up any issues.

Physicians spend significant time managing patients with chronic diseases. Now, under certain conditions, they can be paid for their time.

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