When do you use modifier 25 or 57? Coding expert John Verhovshek explains the difference when coding an E&M service.
E&M coding guidelines are finally changing after 20 years, but don't celebrate yet. These changes may be worrisome to practices
The less stress you experience, the greater your ability to provide compassionate care, engage positively with your staff, and improve decision making.
Many practices don't address potential ergonomics issues until it's too late and someone has chronic pain or injury. This is a mistake.
Here are six basic requirements to meet incident-to guidelines and get properly reimbursed for your care.
As anti-fraud efforts step up, there's little doubt that the OIG will be looking at your practice. Make sure your patient records accurately reflect physician services.
Whether you practice alone, or in a group, if you're trying to see patients in this pay-for-volume environment and also run the business of your practice, you may be missing out on important opportunities.
Electronic communication between healthcare providers has the potential to radically change healthcare. Referring physicians, consultants, and patients all stand to gain from its use; so why are physicians hesitating?
Done well, clinical summaries can help you communicate better, satisfy patients, and qualify for the MU bonus.
Don't underestimate the power of networking