Is it ‘patients over paperwork’ or a bait and switch?
Data from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services reveals that on average, Americans spend approximately $1,200 a year on prescription medications, numbers that have gone up due to rising prices. Here's how doctors can help.
A slideshow of the top 10 sources of secondary income for physicians.
A slideshow of the top 14 ancillary services for internal medicine/family medicine practices in 2018.
What does this mean for those documenting E/M services, assigning the code levels, and auditing them?
Tips and warnings from experts for E/M coding
If your practice gives patients pricing information, you’ll be one of the few offering that information—which will separate you from the competition.
Finalized rule is a step toward increasing drug pricing transparency.
Under value-based pay, practices may find they need ancillary services just to maintain their current revenue.
While many people blame poor spending habits for bankruptcy, the number one reason is medical debt.