Medical Industry News
Thoughts on the difficulty of juggling physicians' requirements, patients' demands, co-workers' needs, and still getting your job done as a medical biller.
We continue our discussion of the asset protection trust this week and examine the often misunderstood issue of jurisdiction.
It’s tougher than ever to make a living in medical practice, but there are ways to boost your income while serving your patient’s needs, and without working 18-hour days.
Can women, especially in medicine, have great professional success and a healthy family life?
Coding questions? We've got the answers.
Reimbursement decline, global payments, and the shift from volume to value are all possible scenarios your medical practice should explore today.
Health insurance exchanges, created under the Affordable Care Act, take effect in 2014. Here's what they are and what physicians need to know.
Whether using e-mail or direct mail, here's help on getting word out about your medical practice to the people in your community you want as patients.
You've spent numerous hours on the new hire for your medical practice. Here are a few steps to get them up to speed without overwhelming them at the same time.
Noteworthy items from Physicians Practice.
It’s bought and installed, and you’re starting to use it. Mostly. Sort of. But are you really using your EHR to its fullest potential?
The administration’s position seems to be that healthcare providers, particularly physicians, need to be controlled and starved.
Sometimes the best thing for you - and those around you - is to get out of the office and travel.
CMS has issued a proposed rule physicians should know about when it comes to Medicare Part A denials, a possible Part B solution, and their revenue cycle.
Here, we take a medical approach to recognizing symptoms of dissatisfaction, diagnosing the problem, and prescribing a solution.
Compounding effort and resources is not always a good thing at medical practices.
Recent OIG alert includes a warning to physicians involved in physician-owned distributorships and important considerations for those considering involvement.
Despite being an early and enthusiastic pioneer in EHR adoption, this physician decided that he couldn't continue business as usual.
What you need to know about encryption, and why you should care.
HSS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announces ICD-10 deadline delay. Will this hurt or help the industry as a whole?
EPs have until February 29th, 2012 to register and attest to meaningful use.
Use this online translator to see how your commonly used ICD-9 codes will translate into the new ICD-10 coding system.
Healthcare is going to be changed, regardless of how the Supreme Court votes on the Affordable Care Act.
'To stop procrastinating' is a common New Year's resolution. KLAS reports that most provider organizations are nowhere near ready for ICD-10.