In this issue
Making population health work for small practices December 10, 2017By Ken TerryTechnology and workflow fixes are keys to success Q&A: Refocusing physician-patient communication December 10, 2017By Keith L. MartinIn the book, “What Patients Say, What Doctors Hear,” Danielle Ofri, an associate professor of medicine at the New York University School of Medicine, examines the state of physician-patient communication and what can be done to reduce the distractions and get back to focusing on improving the patient’s health. Here's how to code for prolonged services December 10, 2017By Renee DowlingThe correct way to code when evaluation and management is time-based. Doctors’ salaries are not the problem behind rising U.S. healthcare costs December 10, 2017By Keith L. MartinIn the ongoing examination of U.S. healthcare costs, one economist has found the lone trouble spot: physician salaries. Physician advice under 140 characters
December 10, 2017"Its the society we live in now. I find my patients listen to my advice more if I keep it under 140 characters."
3 key money matters for new medical practices December 10, 2017By John AlcantaraMany physicians don’t know where to begin when starting their own practice. Finding and getting referred to the right professional team often is the best first step. Could your website be putting your medical license at risk? December 10, 2017By Anne McClellan JDFailure to properly secure electronic Protected Health Information (PHI) can have drastic consequences.