Lawmakers Propose Legislation Aimed at Addressing Surprise Medical Bills
May23

Lawmakers Propose Legislation Aimed at Addressing Surprise Medical Bills

There is rare bipartisan momentum in support of several different pieces of legislation aimed at addressing the issue of “surprise medical bills”— exorbitantly high emergency and other medical department bills.

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Acute Respiratory Failure Due To Pneumococcal Sepsis
May20

Acute Respiratory Failure Due To Pneumococcal Sepsis

Monday Coding Quiz: Test your skills with a new coding question from Clinical Coding Workout every Monday.

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Providers Turn to EHRs for Help in Tackling Measles Outbreak

To grapple with the largest measles outbreak in 25 years, providers in the hardest-hit states are using their electronic health records to help protect patients and limit exposure to the virus.

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When Healthcare Providers and Privacy Legislation Collide
May15

When Healthcare Providers and Privacy Legislation Collide

In response to the increasing issue of data breaches, a number of proposals for legislation related to breaches and personal privacy have been made at both the federal and state levels.

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Apps Reduce In-Person Office Visits, and Improve Satisfaction for Low-Risk Pregnancies

Prenatal care smartphone apps have been shown to decrease the number of in-person clinic visits while maintaining satisfaction among patients with low-risk pregnancies, according to a new study.

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