Physicians are advised to review their documentation practices in light of reports from DOs experiencing payment denials related to clinical validation edits made by an increasing number of large payers.
When these tragic large-scale events, such as shootings, occur, emergency docs and departments can take several steps to save more lives.
Whether you’re looking for gifts for doctors or med students, or you’re completely at a loss for what to add to your holiday wish list, we’ve got options for you.
Although tattoos have become much more accepted by the general public, physicians still have differing views when asked whether it’s appropriate for doctors to show their tattoos at work. Here’s what DOs have to say about showing ink while on the job.
Medication, surgery and lifestyle programs have been proven to prevent or delay the onset of diabetes, though access to them is limited, according to new research.
The transition is complete for all AOA residency programs in two specialties and nearly complete for those in another seven specialties.
Mothers who have children during medical school or after becoming physicians face unique challenges. Here’s advice from 10 moms on how to cope.
DOs, medical students and PhDs have until Jan. 31, 2019, to apply for a grant. Grants also are available for new investigators and for organizations to present live CME on opioid prescribing.
CHICAGO—November 2, 2018—Yesterday, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released for public inspection the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Final Rule for calendar year (CY) 2019, announcing modifications to its proposals for office and outpatient Evaluation and Management (E/M) visits for new and established patients. The American Osteopathic Association (AOA) applauds CMS for adopting … Read More