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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.

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.

Providers, preparing yourself for upcoming credentialing and revalidations is important. Don't forget!

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Uncertainty of the ACA aside, a new survey indicates most payers will stay in health plan exchange next year.

The signs are everywhere. See if you recognize these 5 skin eruptions often seen when man gets back to nature.

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In times of tumult, it's easy for physicians to get caught up on every single issue making the news. This is the wrong approach.

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Unaffiliated ERs are becoming popular due to their convenience, but are the high prices worth the level of care?

Disfiguring skin signs were seen in all 3 children, but not their parents. Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge of the “fish scale disease.”

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When it comes to HIPAA, is it always better to be safe than sorry? Security experts say there is a thing as being too cautious.

Some patients may not even understand exactly what is meant by "exercise." How do you promote physical activity in your practice?

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Using technology that safeguards PHI is a must in when providing care, but the same technology can lead to major HIPAA violations.

Your atrial fibrillation spot quiz of the week -- take a minute and try these 3 short questions.

A quick review of: a great mobile ECG reference; a gout Dx tool; a contraception counseling aid; FPNotebook on mobile; and Klara.

While prescription registries have made it easier to track down drug seekers, they are not foolproof. Here are red flags you should be looking out for.

This doctor has figured out the perfect way to increase patient satisfaction at his practice. It involves offering a tasty beverage in the waiting room.

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There's no point in switching your EHR if you join an ACO. You have options in connecting to other systems in the group.

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In order to provide comprehensive care, physicians need the ability to pick up on a patients concerns, not just their symptoms.

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HIPAA laws can be broken in one social post, don't let your practice fall victim to simple social media indiscretions.

Severe outcomes may ensue in a high percentage of patients. The authors discuss the consequences in this brief podcast.

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