Overlooked codes that are available to use for services physicians are already providing.
Physicians’ battle to limit maintenance of certification requirements continues despite testing changes
Despite changes this year to make the maintenance of certification (MOC) process easier on internists, the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) still faces strong opposition to the program.
Kenneth Fisher MD is right to criticize the data-collecting frenzy that has been imposed on physicians: “Congress is the largest cause of medical errors” (Second Opinion, July 25, 2018 issue).
When complicated medical-related legal issues arise, physicians are often asked to provide expert opinions.
The responsibility for both diagnosing and managing patients with dementia often falls largely on the primary care physician.
A patient satisfaction survey can help you build a satisfying and cohesive experience for patients – if you can get patients to take it.
Pharmacy chains purchasing payers will alter the healthcare landscape.
New regulations focused on greener initiatives are on the horizon, and buyers already see a change in various product lines.
Many physicians may not realize the extent to which both Medicare and private insurers have already implemented value-based care compensation models.
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