Plus, physicians who do know about the new regulations may find themselves confused by the specifics, Ms. ... items covered by the new regulations.
new regulations to tighten oversight of durable medical goods such as prosthetics. ... Los Angeles Times, New York Times). Posted by.
Reimbursement for obesity counseling: So what? Medicare recently announced new regulations that authorize reimbursement for obesity management counseling by physicians. ... It is in this context that the new Medicare regulations must be assessed.
overhead costs and a torrent of new regulations that have come into play in recent years.” According to the article, only 26% of NY State physicians now own their own practice, ... I was, however, struck by the subsequent letter to the editor by
The New York Times has pointed out a very interesting coincidence. ... Deregulation of many institutions followed. Regulation of industries related to health were rolled back and new regulations which helped control spending in Europe were not introduced.
New privacy rules may distract doctors from patient care. My patients needed a lot of my time today. ... And now I'm looking over new regulations, ones that on their face seem well-motivated but whose implementation may be complicated to say the least.
New regulations on e-prescribing kick in this year, and navigating the red tape that stands between you and your potential bonus while at the same time avoiding any penalties can ... ACP's Washington office offers helpful information on the easiest ways
The perspective piece appeared May 30 at the New England Journal of Medicine. ... While half of residents (50.9%) expected a better quality of life with the new regulations, only interns (61.8%) saw it.
While compliance with the new regulations may seem onerous, they aren't without justification. ... It's probably a good time to say to your associates, ‘Are you aware of the new regulations and please tell us if you're doing what you need to do
And while we have cause to be suspicious about Coca-Cola's motives, that's just what the new ad appears to be doing. ... The gentleman who runs the high school store noted that by complying with the new regulations, he would lose business to the array of