By Jon Carter
‘Tis the season! Cartoonist Jon Carter reveals that a few Christmas and holiday characters and traditions are just well-disguised ICD-10 codes.… Read More
One element needed to survive in your medical practice is to be sensitive to rapid change in the environment and adapt. Price Waterhouse provides some suggestions in this outline the future.
Here are some suggestions to consider. First, if you are an employed physician, think about how consolidation will impact you. If you are in independent physician, consider consolidating with others to garner market share and negotiating power.… Read More
In the recent HATA membership meeting, participants shared the following links concerning ICD-10 follow up actions. CMS has a MAC contact list on their ICD-10 website and ICD-10 Coordinating and Maintenance Committee and information on the ICD-10 Ombudsman. Go to the MAC websites for additional information that is being published on LCD’s.
Links shared concerning ICD-10 follow up:
Practices often spend the equivalent of a Mercedes convertible on a practice management system (PM). Yet the staff use it as if it were a Toyota Yaris, using only the basic features and reports, and under-using the power under the hood by as much as 70 percent, in some cases.
Here are five powerful and often overlooked features that we recommend and why you should use them.… Read More