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Practice Management - March 2015


Q&A

Smallest practices successfully preventing readmissions

By Stacey Butterfield

More doctors in a practice can lead to higher hospital readmission rates, a study found. Small practices can take big steps in keeping their patients healthy after discharge.

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Practice Rx

Details define requirements for chronic care management

Details define requirements for chronic care management

By Brian Outland

Billing for chronic care management requires new capabilities for electronic health records and access to the information that they contain.

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Practice Tips

Taking the fear out of converting to ICD-10

By Margo Williams

Knowing that many small practices need help, ACP has put together a host of resources to help small practices understand and implement ICD-10.

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FDA Update

New heart disease test, drugs for flu, weight management

New heart disease test, drugs for flu, weight management

By Stacey Butterfield

This update covers a new test to predict risk of future coronary heart disease events, the first neuraminidase inhibitor for influenza, and a new GLP-1 agonist for obese people.

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