Many physicians believe that they open themselves up to potential liability risks by engaging in social media. In practice, it is always prudent to be concerned with malpractice risk. That said, the key to effectively utilizing social media is twofold.
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Pearl, Conference Report | July 08, 2010 | Billing Compliance, Payers, Productivity, Referrals
By Susanne Madden
Physician profiling is used by payers to steer their members to in-network physicians who, by their measures, are the most cost-efficient and provide the highest quality of care. Wonder if you’ve made the grade? Look yourself up in a provider directory: if you see a star or two beside your name, you’ve been profiled.
The AMA has made updates to the definitions of Evaluation and Management codes which will go into effect on January 1, 2021. Here's info on some of the changes and how to prepare your pediatric practice via PCC. #pediatrics#pediatricians... See MoreSee Less
The AMA has a new Behavioral Health Integration (BHI) Collaborative to promote the integration of behavioral and mental health care into overall health care at physician practices. Learn more about it here.
"Mental health issues are spiking during the COVID-19 pandemic as Americans face enormous social and economic stress.
At the same time, access to behavioral healthcare—which had already been limited due to resource shortages and stigma—is even more limited.
The American Medical Association (AMA) is spearheading an effort to help make behavioral health more accessible by providing best-in-class support to physicians working to combine mental and physical health services in their medical practices."