4 reasons to consider automated patient payments March 10, 2017By Bird BlitchWith no sign of slowing, it’s essential for practices to develop strong, automated patient payment strategies to stay financially healthy.
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How physicians can deal with policy uncertainty March 10, 2017By Keith L. MartinWith rapid change coming from the nation’s capital, doctors are wondering what it means to their practices Healthcare reform must start with physicians, not politicians March 10, 2017By Keith L. MartinOne of President Donald Trump’s first-day priorities—a complete repeal of the Affordable Care Act—remains unfulfilled as we pass his first month in the White House. Q&A with ACP's Bob Doherty on future of healthcare March 10, 2017By Chris MazzoliniPhysicians should prepare for uncertainty coming out of Washington, D.C. because President Donald Trump is poised to shake up healthcare policy, says Robert Doherty, senior vice president for governmental affairs and public policy for the American College of Physicians (ACP). How to code and bill for transitional care managementThe goal of transitional care management (TCM) codes is to achieve increased involvement of primary care physicians (PCPs) in order to improve patient care and reduce mistakes in care coordination that can lead to readmission. Understanding behavioral finance March 10, 2017By Mike Palmer CFPA 3-step program to better investing 8 ways to make adult vaccinations profitable March 10, 2017By Jennifer NelsonNew CDC guidelines suggest greater immunization rates, so practices should review programs Your Voice: Price will protect physicians from medical liability
March 10, 2017Price will protect physicians from medical liability
Are you liable for retirement plan malpractice? March 10, 2017By Seth Swenson MBAMost physicians in America know all about medical malpractice risks, but many are unaware of another type of liability exposure: retirement plan malpractice. The digital disconnect in post-acute care March 10, 2017By Ken TerryHealth IT change is coming to nursing facilities and home health agencies, fixing a problem for physicians