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Liver transplant recipients with HCV fare well under drug comboHepatitis C virus infection in liver transplant recipients can be treated with ledipasvir and sofosbuvir without ribavirin.
Risk management lessons from an opioid trial
Risk management lessons from an opioid trialThe use of opioid medications to treat pain is at a watershed moment in the United States.
Tips for auditing physician employee personnel foldersHave you ever done an audit of your employee personnel folders to review the actual information that has made its way into these folders? There have been many Department of Labor changes in the past couple of years, so now would be a good time to pull several folders and analyze the contents.
5 financial mistakes doctors can avoidNobody likes acknowledging mistakes—especially when it comes to finances. It can be painful to admit when we’ve made bad choices or have fallen short.
[Quiz]: Are you a coding pro?Or could you be leaving money on the table?
Medicare pay reform, population health will disrupt RCMSmall practices that enroll in value-based initiatives will see revenue cycle disruptions and loss of income, one expert says.
Physicians need to be vigilant when choosing RCM solutionsBefore physicians buy a revenue cycle management system they should do more than listen to a vendor’s sales pitch.
Tackling the tricky task of dividing quality bonus paymentsIf we are going to survive going forward with the changes in payments from all of our insurers, we must stand as one group all together for the common good of providing quality care.
Top 10 highest, lowest paying states for internal medicineWith so many changing variables these days, it has become even more important to maintain a steady income. Knowing whether or not your salary is amongst the highest, or lowest, in the country comes in handy when attempting to combat these struggles.
New administration may mean new approach to HITExperts discuss how the federal government will approach technology during Trump presidency