As recertifiation deadline nears, concerns keep growing
Complaints that recertification is inconvenient and irrelevant are giving way to new anxieties.
Recertification: Is it tougher for internists?
Some internists believe they face a tougher recertification process than most specialties
Do internists need a name change?
Some say the term "adult medicine" would lead to less confusion
The new ICD-9 codes that will affect internists
What you need to know about the most pertinent ICD-9 code changes for your practice
Tips to detect—and prevent—theft in your practice
divvying up financial duties among your office staff can help keep embezzlement at bay
Tax refunds for residents? The issue heats up again Teaching hospitals say residents are exempt from certain taxes, but a new IRS memo may not agree
With patients, fair play requires the right approach Communicating all the options to patients allows them to make the best choices
Passing the boards
How some internists are surviving the corporatization of medicine
Some internists are leaving corporate controlled medicine to put the joy back into what they do.
Governors debate resolutions on pay, tobacco and Fellowship
Chapters present 31 Laureate Awards
MKSAP 12 products available
New course will help mid-career internists pass the boards
Engaging the federal government on Medicare's antifraud program
How the College worked with to represent internists in the OIG's efforts to find fraud and abuse
College speaks up for practicing internists in meetings with health plan executives
College airs concerns about managed care problems like delayed payments, all-products clauses and formularies.
OIG incorporates College recommendations into new compliance guidelines
College President testifies on access before Senate
ACP-ASIM holds symposium on Latino health in Miami
HCFA to Medicare carriers: no more "black box edits"
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