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A new report suggests you face a big wave of physician retirements over the next 10 years. Make sure you’re not only giving your current clinical staff reasons to stay, but also making sure you’re on the same page about when and how they’re leaving.
Look to providers who currently offer remote physiologic monitoring (RPM) and remote therapeutic monitoring (RTM) services if your practice wants to add a remote program but isn’t sure how to start.
A new guidance document from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is being promoted by HHS as a way for health care organizations to strengthen their cybersecurity via added coordination with top management. Experts think it could be useful — and may also provide added protection if you have a breach and cyberinsurers try to poke holes in your claim.
Question: Our practice will continue to perform telehealth office visits (99202-99215) under the waiver extension. Which place of service (POS) should we use for Medicare patients after the COVID-19 public health emergency (PHE) ends?
Amid reports of a potential retirement crisis among medical groups, administrators are underestimating the reason that many physicians are heading for the exits. Physicians indicate that burnout and financial concerns are two of the leading reasons to hang it up, yet few administrators see it that way.


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