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The ICD-10 transition will continue into the next year for practices. Here are some tips you’ll need to take in 2016.

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With a dearth of coders thanks to the ICD-10 transition, some practices find that training current staff is the best way to get good coders.

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Which states do physicians prosper in? Click on any state to get our complete analysis of how "physician friendly" it is.

Health care reform, the patient-centered medical home, and the impact of environmental change on global health are just a few of the topics to be discussed at the Internal Medicine 2009 Medicine 2009 in Philadelphia this week.

Like any successful business, your practice needs to be anchored by clearly defined policies. Here's how to develop consensus among your staff.

Ultrasound, rather than MRI, is often appropriate imaging for shoulder injuries.

There are many different models for strategic planning. Attempting to "jump right in," however, is ill-advised. Here are three steps to consider.

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We're in the dog days of summer. Here are a few strategies to help boost employee morale during these long, hot summer months.

What do the symptoms and ultrasound image associated with the patient's pain suggest? Would you discharge her to home?

A 35-year-old sexually active, single woman presents to the emergency department (ED) with 18 hours of constant right upper quadrant (RUQ) abdominal pain associated with non-bloody but bilious vomiting and chills.

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Can you code when a patient is so distraught an appropriate history cannot be obtained, nor can a mental status exam be performed?

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Asset protection shouldn't just be limited to malpractice. Here's why you need to looking beyond just that one area.

Medical practices are struggling to collect patient accounts while honoring payer contracts. Here's what not to do.

When does your patient have "phone neck" issues from playing too much Pokémon Go? As you can tell from this cartoon, it's easy to tell.

Soon after a total knee replacement, one of your patients is denied additional opioid analgesics by his surgeon. He comes to you for help.

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Dr. Hoffman looks at the decision to either take an employed position or go independent as a doctor. What's the best route to go?

Adding arterial spin labeling to MRI may help classify and predict Alzheimer’s diagnosis and progression from subjective cognitive decline.

Stricter government standards for the FCA suggest that physicians who do not meet all measures of compliance could be required to refund claims payment.

Asthenia and developmental delay seem at odds with well-defined musculature in this 9-month-old. What Dx do you suspect?

Vanity license plates in radiology.

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