DM Celebrates 60 Years in the Business of Medicine

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DoctorsManagement Celebrates 60 Years of Helping Physician Practices Thrive Knoxville, Tennessee Consulting Firm Stands by Providers for 60 Years and Counting DoctorsManagement, a Knoxville-based management consulting firm that works exclusively in healthcare, is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year. Recent healthcare trends have made the services of DoctorsManagement more indispensable than ever. As the healthcare...
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ICD-10 Codes and More: Interview with John Burns, Certified Professional Coder

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ICD-10 Codes and More: Interview with John Burns, Certified Professional Coder By John Burns, CPC, CPC-I, CEMC, CPMA | August 6, 2015 As originally published on Audiology.org Douglas L. Beck, AuD, speaks with Burns about Medicare, Congress, ICD-9, ICD-10, ICD-11, and more. Beck: Hi, John. I know you have many unusual and interesting credentials and training with...
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E&M Auditing: Defining the HPI

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E&M Auditing: Defining the HPI By Shannon DeConda, CPC, CPC-I, CPMA, CEMC, CMSCS | June 17, 2015 As originally published by Racmonitor.com The 20-year-old evaluation and management (E&M) documentation guidelines are full of different components and elements, all of which must be reviewed in order to ensure that services billed were appropriately documented. If you...
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The Nash Equilibrium: A Study in the Futility of Striving for Healthcare Compliance

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The Nash Equilibrium: A Study in the Futility of Striving for Healthcare Compliance By Frank Cohen, Director of Business Analytics | June 3, 2015 As originally published by Racmonitor.com. I’m not sure how many people paid attention to the sad news over Memorial Day weekend, but Dr. John Forbes Nash Jr., a brilliant mathematician, economist, and...
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Starting an Urgent Care Center

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Starting an Urgent Care Center by Valora Gurganious, MBA and Dan Greenfield, CDT Published in Medical Economics,| June 4, 2015 According to the American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine (AACUM), the number of urgent care facilities has increased 14% to 9,300 centers since 2008. The economics support this trend. The Urgent Care Association of America...
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