PRACTICE MANAGEMENT. The 2013 Medicare physician feeschedule rule changes increase pay-ments to internists by 4% to 5% overlast year, an estimated total payment ofmore than $11 billion. ... The bulk of thisincrease (3%) comes from the new transi-tional
Internists are piecing together technology to improve their practice management, but too many pieces are more of a puzzle than a picture. ... Molly Cooke, MD, FACP, the College's 2012-2013 president-elect, said it's less important which device physicians
Hi. I'm Rob and I am a recovering doctor. Yeah, I am recovering ... doing a lot better, actually. Things are tough, but they are a lot bette...
Not only have I been using an electronic medical record for nine months now, but I've also been submitting claims electronically (through a free clearinghouse) using an online practice management ... in the old practice management system was
What a coincidence! That’s what my new practice does! Who’d have thought it?
This post by Toni Brayer, FACP, appeared at Everything Health. I must say I think Dr. Kimberly Henry, cosmetic surgeon, has made a big pr...
Management experiments. ... He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases and was in the private practice of cardiology before joining the full-time faculty of Massachusetts General Hospital.
Dr. Schumann is a general internist. His blog, GlassHospital, seeks to bring transparency to medical practice and to improve the patient experience.
ACP's practice management staff outline what physicians must do today to avoid a 1.5% penalty on all Medicare allowed charges. ... at ACP's practice management center.
The practice hasn't always earned the respect of internists, though, who say the model drives the burden of community care to doctors in the traditional model. ... In this twist, however, revenue from concierge arm of the practice keeps the rest of the