Two case studies of disruptive physicians: One physician ends up in despair, the other ends up a great contributor to the practice. Find out what makes the difference.
Defunct payment policies, denied claims, and unchallenged audits all blled revenue from practices. Here's what it means and how to stop it.
Practice management consultant Rosemarie Nelson explains how to really understand your overhead and control your day.
Good practices have processes to support their people, technology to make the job easier, and governance to hold it all together.
If every chart you create looks basically the same, it might be a problem for CMS.
If a mystery patient popped into your practice and rated it on appearance, visit satisfaction, and overall experience, how would it fare?
Attendees share what brought them to Las Vegas for MGMA11 and what wowed them once there.
Implementing a proper informed consent policy at your practice could help you or your physicians avoid a guilty verdict.
Upgrading to 5010 is just the beginning of what practices need to do to prepare for ICD-10, which will require dozens of hours of training and preparation, in addition to substantial financial resources.
The increasing aggressiveness of Medicare's so-called recovery audit contractors (RACs) is making it ever more vital that practices have formal coding compliance programs in place.