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To enlightenment, 2014 and beyond June 27, 2013 | Madelyn Kearns
So if you and/or your practice are still grappling with conceptualizing the 2,000-page ACA statute, as most institutions seem to be, here are some helpful resources that may point you down the path the enlightenment.
So many choices, so little time June 26, 2013 | Arlen Meyers
If you are faced with the happy choice of where to lend your talents, ask yourself the following questions before you take the plunge.
The AMA does not want healthcare payers to deny medical claims because of medical coding error or use of not-so-specific medical codes.
Recovery June 24, 2013 | Rob Lamberts, MD
Things are tough, but they are a lot better since I left my destructive relationship with Medicare, Medicaid and insurance companies.
The doctor is out June 21, 2013 | Zachary Landman, MD
A patient portal needs to be accessible, responsive and reliable when the patient is reaching his threshold.
Rebounding home prices boost physician turnover June 19, 2013 | Lori Schutte, MBA
Now is the time to prepare your medical practice to overcome retention challenges and capitalize on the opportunity to recruit newly mobile physicians.
While we toss our patient-level data into a huge pool, we have to be able to retrieve it on a patient level and deliver it to the clinician as structured versus unstructured data that can be easily accessed and used as well.
The 4 C's of the MBA: Worth the price? June 14, 2013 | Arlen Meyers
Before you invest the time, effort and money enrolling in an MBA program, ask yourself the following questions.
How the High Court saved genetic innovation June 13, 2013 | Madelyn Kearns
Wild helices just can’t be patented, but leave it to some corporate wranglers to give it the old cowboy try anyway.
The lowdown on ICD-10 end-to-end testing June 12, 2013 | Carl Natale
Getting ready for ICD-10 testing is going to require more than getting a good night's sleep and two No. 2 pencils.

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