• The first rule of marketing is to make sure you have a clear message. For the American Medical Association leadership, their position on the impending ICD-10 conversion could not be more straightforward … they want to see it stopped.

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  • The first rule of marketing is to make sure you have a clear message. For the American Medical Association leadership, their position on the impending ICD-10 conversion could not be more straightforward … they want to see it stopped.

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  • The first rule of marketing is to make sure you have a clear message. For the American Medical Association leadership, their position on the impending ICD-10 conversion could not be more straightforward … they want to see it stopped.

  • Living Safely, Aging Well

    The third step from the bottom squeaks when you tread on it – which is something you tried to remember when you snuck in after curfew.

  • Did you know penguins are very picky eaters, and even a misshapen fish will cause them to turn up their beaks? Or, did you know a starfish is actually not a fish at all, and scientists call it a sea star?

  • Health care providers are monitored for quality of healthcare, billing for services, documentation requirements, and professional and ethical behavior. The financial consequences resulting from an issue related to any one of these could result in a loss of profits, or worse, a major loss of revenue for a provider’s practice.

  • Nationally, healthcare providers list patient education as one of the most important aspects of quality patient care, yet patient education is one of the most difficult quality initiatives to achieve.

  • Your Patients and Peripheral Arterial Disease

    Although one in every 20 Americans over the age of 50 has peripheral arterial disease (PAD), less than a third of patients present with typical symptoms.

  • Obesity and Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) are fascinating entities becoming more frequent in our practice. During the past two decades, there has been a dramatic increase in obesity in children and adolescents in the United States.

  • Jennings says MHSA’s multiyear focus on innovation is paying off

    The question these days is, “How can we reform healthcare quickly and efficiently?” There’s no one magic-bullet answer, but for some good working ideas, ask a nurse.

 
 

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