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This article explains how David Silver, MD, chief of urology and director of the Prostate Center at Maimonides Medical Center, changed his treatment decisions amid the pandemic, and highlights the…
Researchers of a recent study recently found that over the last 20 years, Medicare reimbursement to physicians has decreased by nearly 30% for the most common arthroscopic procedures.

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This article explains how David Silver, MD, chief of urology and director of the Prostate Center at Maimonides Medical Center, changed his treatment decisions amid the pandemic, and highlights the use of the new CPT code for high intensity focused…
Jennifer Torres Mosst, PhD, program manager of Diabetes Strategies at the Division of Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention, explain why billing and reimbursement approaches play a critical role in the types of programs that can be administered and…
As the federal government moves toward adopting and expanding value-based payment models, private market providers and payers are striving to smoothly transition to the new models, furthering the transformation of thought and practice of how health…
On July 31, 2018, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a final rule [CMS-1696-F] outlining fiscal year (FY) 2019 Medicare payment updates and quality program changes for skilled nursing facilities (SNFs).1

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Paul Knight, OT, MBA, founder and chief product officer, Curatess, discusses the wide variety of telehealth offerings now available for long-term care facilities and explains the reimbursement process for those treating SNF patients via telehealth.
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