Your voice: Stop selling primary care physicians short
While there are obvious concerns over primary care shortages, nurse practitioners practicing unsupervised is NOT a safe or wise answer.
A shady inquiry
Our latest Funny Bone cartoon
Two ways to reduce coding denials
What physicians can do about these common coding mistakes
New rule provides telemedicine opportunity
The federal government recently finalized a rule that will allow Medicare Advantage plans to offer telemedicine as a core benefit.
How to survive staff shortages
Many practices turn to staffing agencies to fill vacancies. This can be a fast and easy way to find a credentialed temp, but drawbacks included expenses and work restrictions.
Importing prescription drugs for patients
Is it legal for physicians to import medication for poor patients?
Ancillary services: A new cost-benefit analysis
Under value-based pay, practices may find they need ancillary services just to maintain their current revenue.
How we can stop America’s silent killer
Many Americans still need help digesting information about heart disease and understanding their personal risk.
The secret’s out: Your priority is the bottom line
We all want to improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs, but you can’t care for patients if you can’t keep the lights on.
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