Myth or fact? Ancillary staff can't document parts of E/M services
Medicare does not require doctors to redocument information in a patient’s record that has already been documented by staff or by patients themselves.
Where the AMA stands on 7 of the year’s biggest health care issues
From the E/M overhaul to the opioid epidemic, here’s how the AMA has shown itself to be the physician’s powerful ally in health care this year.
Medicare’s diabetes prevention benefit: What doctors should know
2元彩票New CME from the AMA offers insight into helping your patients take advantage of Medicare’s new payment for diabetes prevention programs.
6 ways to improve Medicare Advantage physician networks
Medicare Advantage keeps growing, but beneficiaries face shrinking networks, networks suddenly dropping their doctors and a false illusion of choice.
9 steps to welcoming the new Medicare card in your practice
The transition period to the new Medicare card ends Dec. 31. Here’s what your practice must do to avoid disruption in payments.
Medicaid fraud: Case would wrongly expand physician liability
2元彩票If trial conviction stands, having no knowledge of how others billed Medicaid for your services would no longer be a viable defense when false-claim allegations arise.
5 things doctors need to know about 2020 Medicare fee schedule
2元彩票A slightly heavier lift from physicians will be required to avoid penalties and earn bonuses under the Merit-based Incentive Payment System.
Essential Medicare Tools & Resources
MIPS Action Plan
Medicare physician payment schedules
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