The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid (CMS) announced that payments to physicians will increase in 2018. So reports MedPages Today.
The 0.41% increase is one of the many updates to the payer schedule. CMS also added some new telehealth codes and deferred, until 2020, the start of a new Appropriate Use Criteria (AUC).
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An 84 year old doctor in New Hampshire who refuses to use a computer has lost her medical license. So reports ABC News.
A new study in the JAMA Internal Medicine finds that doctors who deny patient requests get a lower satisfaction rating. So reports Fierce Healthcare.
Heathcare costs are a major topic of discussion, with critics saying that the majority of medical the costs are related to how much physicians are paid. So reports Forbes.
If doctors could rely on crystal balls and peer into the genomics of each patient to prescribe the right treatment at the right time, then delivering Personalized Medicine (PM) would...
Wellcentive has developed a software platform that aids physicians in complying with ICD-10 requirements and also helps improve the overall health of patients.
Most business executives want to see the Affordable Care Act repealed, a survey of CEOs, chief financial officers and other senior-level CPAs by the American Institute of CPAs found.
Advances in technology have made learning anatomy a much more dynamic experience. No longer bound by textbooks and 2D images, individuals can now learn anatomy using their Apple device.