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July 1, 2014 - Issue 7 - View Full Issue
June 1, 2014 - Issue 6 - View Full Issue
May 1, 2014 - Issue 5 - View Full Issue
Patients must sign that they know you will not bill Medicare
Contract negotiation changing under ACA, other factors
When networks come calling, how do you choose?
ACO experiment shows uneven progress
Not so easy to switch from FFS, AMA says
Physicians will be hit hard by cost of ICD-10 transition, analysts say
April 1, 2014 - Issue 4 - View Full Issue
March 1, 2014 - Issue 3 - View Full Issue
Intent to deceive isn?t necessary for billing fraud charges
Auditors incentivized to find even smallest billing errors
Quality measures increasingly important, but focus on right ones
Oncologists turn to medical home model for better value
Risk adjustment can be effective measure for ACOs
Reimbursement up only 0.3% in 2013
New medication management guidelines focus on long-term care
Will you be dropped from your managed care networks?
Sleep studies targeted by OIG and CMS for fraudulent billing
Specific plan needed for ICD-10 education, but don't jump the gun
MGMA calls on Sebelius to do end-to-end testing for ICD-10
AMA supports payment models encouraging team-based healthcare
February 1, 2014 - Issue 2 - View Full Issue
January 1, 2014 - Issue 1 - View Full Issue
Six months of no income with switch to ICD-10?
Your next big decision: Join the exchange programs?
Don’t overlook coding opportunities for routine services
More IT could reduce demand for physicians, study says