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care. Urinary incontinence is a common and often underaddressed issue in clinical practice, especially among older women. ... Also in this issue, our Practice Rx column debates the potential pros and cons of the International Classification of Diseases,
The doctor and owner of the practice, a dermatologist, had written a letter of medical necessity for one procedure that should have been covered by insurance. ... This sort of problem can be avoided by a physician and/or practice administrator paying
Facts: You will find that most of the new ICD-10 codes will not apply to your practice. ... Facts: Practices may continue to create superbills that contain the most common diagnosis codes used in their practice.
At the practice level, optimal referral management in ACOs can mean a 1-on-1 conversation. ... Using scribes encourages team-based care and can help a practice make more money, Dr.
These days his practice is roughly split between uninsured and insured patients, driven by word of mouth, Dr. ... Before Dr. Ley left his prior practice, he made sure another doctor was covering for his patients, he said.
Barr, MD, MBA, FACP, senior vice president of ACP's division of practice management. ... It's important to ensure that the system's features match the practice's needs before buying it, he said.
In the minds of a lot of primary care physicians, they do it every day, they just don't realize [its significance] to the practice of medicine. ... If waived testing begins to be regulated, what could be the impact on a primary care physician's practice?
Katzoff, vice president for practice management and consulting services for the American Gastroenterological Association. ... to-face service by anyone in the practice for at least three years.
Sultan. “We probably won't have that luxury.” (For more on the conversion to ICD-10, see the Practice Rx column on page 8 of this issue.). ... More broadly, though, Mr. Mandell had suggestions about tax-sensitive ways to structure a medical practice.
Increased workload, PPE shortages, practice closures, and concern about contracting the virus are only a few of the things physicians have had to deal with since last March. ... patients. In addition, a Practice Rx column outlines the new CMS coding