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Our 2018 resolutions to readersI want to go on record now with a few that the entire team at Medical Economics plans to keep in 2018
Why end-of-life care planning is a necessary servicePhysicians must confront these difficult conversations
Your Voice: Government to blame for no universal healthcare
Q: Modifiers 25 and 57 are interchangeable. It just depends on the place of service as to which one should be used. True or False?The most important thing to keep in mind is that the note must separately substantiate each reported service.
Top 10 challenges facing physicians in 2018Many physicians are relieved to see 2017 come to an end.
A zombie apocalypse will fix healthcare problems
Questions every physician should ask about their practice’s retirement planAs a physician, you’ve made a career out of improving the well-being of your patients. Make sure you’re setting your practice and yourself up with the tools needed to look after your own financial wellbeing.
10 money mistakes physicians must avoidImportant lessons from physicians and financial advisers who work for them.
Can an industry effort to streamline prior authorizations work?Prior authorizations have always been a source of frustration for physicians, but a new industry effort that includes medical groups and insurers has been established to try to streamline the process.