by Allison Sit on
Everyday Health recently posted an article about the benefits of combined dermatology and rheumatology clinics in the treatment of psoriatic arthritis. Does research show a patient care benefit? What are ways dermatology and rheumatology providers can work better together outside of a combined clinic model?
For expert advice, I reached out to Brad Glick, DO, MPH, clinical assistant professor …
by LINDSAY STROWD, MD on
Part 1 of 2
The process of billing and coding may at first seem daunting. But by doing a little research you’ll find these tasks to be easier than you thought. In part one of this series, we’ll take a look at electronic medical record systems. Next month’s part two will cover proper coding.
Dermatology training programs and practices are increasingly utilizing electronic medical record s …
by R. SONIA BATRA, MD on
Part 2 of 2
One of the most important decisions in any practice is the choice of using an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and then implementing the system into your practice. In Part 1, I discussed the importance of finding the right EMR for you, as well as ensuring it meets Medicaid and Medicare requirements. But that’s not all you must consider.
Choose an EMR that will adapt to changing work …
by Next Steps In Derm Team on
Part 1 in a 2 part series
One of the most important decisions in any practice is the choice of using an Electronic Medical Record (EMR). Implementing an EMR from the outset is imperative and will enable you to conserve precious office space. This should also be a natural transition from a training/hospital environment for most MDs, as you will have all of your lab results and patient information …