Articles by Keyword - Practice Management

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From the College: The ACR Practice Management Department Offers Myriad Resources for Rheumatologists

Tools, resources help physicians, staff tackle billing and coding rules, navigate healthcare compliance issues

Departments: Omnibus Rule Compliance Deadline Imminent

Business associate agreements under pressure to meet new, expanded HIPAA standards by September 23

Features: Will a Hybrid Concierge Medicine Model Work for Rheumatologists?

Growing number of specialists explore membership-based medicine model to help stabilize practice costs, improve patient satisfaction

From the College: The ACR/ARHP Offers Practice Management Track at Annual Meeting

Program features practical training to keep rheumatology practices current with coding, compliance rules, regulations

From the College: The 2014 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting Offers Programs for Rheumatology Clinicians, Researchers, Practice Management Professionals

Rheumatology's premier event to be held in Boston from Nov. 14–19

From the College: Verify Patients' Insurance Eligibility, Coverage Before Office Visits

Physician practices can save time and money if patients' insurance coverage is verified prior to check-in

Columns: How to Build a Strong Doctor–Patient Relationship

Listening to patients, relating to them, and addressing their concerns develops trust between physicians and patients

From the College: Practice Page: Is In-house or Outsourced Medical Billing Right for Your Physician Practice?

What to consider when deciding whether to delegate claims billing in-house or to contract with an outside company

From the College: 2014 Pediatric Rheumatology Symposium Scheduled April 3–6 in Orlando, Florida

Conference to feature practice management tips and latest findings in clinical, translational, and basic research on treating rheumatic diseases in children

Meeting: 2013 ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting: New Tools to Measure Quality in Rheumatology

Rising healthcare costs, shifting market forces will require rheumatologists to adapt new quality measurement techniques, more effective patient care models, better rheumatology registries



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