Physicians have fought against fake news for years January 25, 2017By Keith L. MartinYou may blame it for the results of the presidential election. You may see it as the byproduct of the Internet run amok.
In this issue
What physicians should know about chronic care management changes January 25, 2017By Renee DowlingAre there other services that we can’t bill if we are billing chronic care services? Borrowing from the theater to aid your practice's patient relations January 25, 2017By Sarah PoggiI’ve never acted but I enjoy the theater, and so in order to make each second with my obstetrics patients count, I’ve come to think of them as patrons at a show watching a short play. MACRA cuts back health IT criteria for physicians January 25, 2017By Ken TerryMedicare reimbursement reform efforts bring pros and cons for healthcare technology use How to succeed under MIPS January 25, 2017By James F. SweeneyWith major changes coming to Medicare this year, doctors must decide now how to tackle payment reform Patient discounts the fine line between leniency and liability January 25, 2017By Janet Kidd StewartReducing fees out of kindness should be done properly to avoid potential legal problems Floridas suicide ruling puts physicians at risk January 25, 2017By Jeanine JoyDecision could hold doctors liable for something they have little control over President Trump to take healthcare in new direction January 25, 2017By Jeff BendixExperts say the impact on policy will likely be greater than on individual physicians and practices DPC is a crazy idea
January 25, 2017Direct primary care is insane...right?! I don't understand its logic.