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From the College: The ACR/ARHP 2014 Annual Meeting Provides Opportunities to Learn, Connect, Engage, See

Range of educational sessions will appeal to rheumatology academicians, clinical practitioners, researchers, fellows, health professionals

From the College: Clinical Documentation Improvement Programs Can Protect Physicians

CDI programs can validate patient care, support accurate coding practices, evidence-based care for quality-reporting measures

From the College: Coding Corner Answer: August

Medical decision-making for established diagnosis of gout that is worsening

From the College: Rheumatologist Recalls Devastation of Hurricane Katrina

New Orleans-based Luis Espinoza, MD, remembers how storm nearly destroyed rheumatology section at Louisiana State University’s School of Medicine

From the College: Coding Corner Question: August

Level 4 coding for a follow-up visit by a patient with gout

From the College: Rheumatology Research Foundation Names New Executive Director

Board members promote Foundation’s senior director of research and training, Mary Wheatley, into top leadership role

From the College: The ACR Testifies before Congress on Patient Access

The ACR’s Government Affairs Committee chair Will Harvey, MD, brings lawmakers’ attention to Patients’ Access to Treatments Act, problem of specialty drug tiers, excessive cost sharing for patients

From the College: 2014 Physician Quality Reporting System Incentives, Penalties

Deadlines physicians must meet in 2014 for reporting PQRS data to reap program benefits, avoid fines

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: Healthcare Market Payment Shift Makes Patient Co-Pays More Important

Physicians will need to enforce stricter policies, procedures to collect patient co-payments, deductibles



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