practice management
Auditors target dodgy billing
Medicare in the U.S. has a major problem with fraudulent claims. In 2010 the federal government recovered 4 billion that s billion with a b from physicians, pharmacists and other suppliers. Estimates of overall fraud run as high as 60 billion annually or 10 of disbursements. The Department of Health ...
Helping patients through EHRs?
The U.S. is launching financial incentives
Doctors in the U.S. can now receive 18,000 annually and up to 44,000 over five years by showing they use electronic medical records EHR effectively, under a new federal government incentive program focused on improving health outcomes for medicare patients. To qualify physicians must complete an online questionnaire that seeks ...

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