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Keith L. Martin
Bernie Sanders’ ‘Medicare-for-all’ gets mixed reviews by physicians
Bernie Sanders’ ‘Medicare-for-all’ gets mixed reviews by physicians
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ single-payer healthcare plan is winning favor and drawing skepticism from U.S. physicians.
Turning skilled physicians into strong leaders
Physicians should assume leadership roles both inside and outside of their practices
Turning skilled physicians into strong leaders
Medical Economics recently convened a panel of leadership experts to discuss the future of medical schools and whether or not medical schools are preparing new doctors for the changes in the medical community.
Interoperability: How close are we?
If interoperability is to become a reality, the government and private sector must overcome existing obstacles. But how should the industry proceed? Our experts explain.
The debate over healthcare interoperability
If interoperability is to become a reality for exchanging patient data nationally, both the government and the private sector have work to do to overcome existing obstacles.
Code it right: Get paid the first time
Code it right: Get paid the first time
How to avoid coding problems and ensure you earn what you're due
The King v. Burwell decision: What it means to physicians
The Supreme Court’s ruling in King v. Burwell not only preserved tax subsidies, but may also have cemented the Affordable Care Act as part of President Obama’s legacy. Our experts explain.
King v Burwell: What's next for physicians?
The Supreme Court's ruling doesn't necessarily mean that the Affordable Care Act remains as-is, according to our panel of healthcare experts.
ICD-10: Fact vs. myth
Some common misperceptions about the upcoming Oct. 1, 2015 coding set transition countered with facts from the experts.
20 bizarre new ICD-10 codes
Here are some of the more unusual ICD-10 codes coming to practices Oct. 1, based on where they occur: land, sea, or air.