How to keep yourself, your family, and your practice financially fit
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.