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Non-Adherence to Incident-To Billing Can Prove Costly
  |  Ed Rabinowitz
Concerning incident-to billing, Carolyn Buppert says, “It’s not something people learn in medical school.” Buppert is a healthcare attorney who specializes in legal and reimbursement issues for nurse practitioners and physicians. She adds, “It’s not something that anyone is necessarily tested for.”
Pediatric Neurosurgeon Improves Lives on a Personal Level
  |  Ed Rabinowitz
“I wanted to have a job where I felt I was serving the public good in a very direct way,” says Ramin Javahery, MD. “I wanted something that was much more direct and intimate.”
Are You Making Effective Use of Practice Benefit Dollars?
  |  Ed Rabinowitz
Competitive benefits, says Sarah Montijo, vice president of business analytics for The Halley Consulting Group, “can absolutely, and should, serve as a recruitment tool for both providers and staff.”
Technology Can Boost Physician-Patient Relationships
  |  Ed Rabinowitz
Two physicians have worked to incorporate technology that frees up doctors to spend more time face-to-face with patients.
Physicians Wrestle with the High Cost of Health IT
  |  Ed Rabinowitz
Electronic health records (EHRs) can be beneficial for patient care, but at what cost?
Plastic Surgeon Builds Relationships Through Empathy
  |  Ed Rabinowitz
Luis Macias, MD, FACS, may not have had an epiphany moment regarding his career decision, but he's always wanted to care for others.
Physicians Play Important Role in Improving Health Literacy
  |  Ed Rabinowitz
Damon Raskin, MD, discusses strategies for improving health literacy in patients, which ultimately leads to less confusion and more filled prescriptions.
Osteopathic Physician Thrives on His Love of the Game
  |  Ed Rabinowitz
Naresh Rao, DO, FAOASM, unexpectedly fell in love with water polo, which eventually led him to becoming the Olympic Team USA water polo physician for the 2016 Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Care Coordination Helps Physicians Advocate for Their Patients
  |  Ed Rabinowitz
Nearly eight out of every 10 people (77%) have experienced, or know someone who has experienced, trouble using their health insurance in the past year, according to a recent nationwide survey.

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