As I fall further behind with my blog postings, I must point to two recent additions to the on-line world (well, OK, three): First, Susanne Madden is quoted in a piece about the Love Settlement that references some of the … Continue reading
These things always happen when I can least afford to spend time working on them. When I leave town, for example, and can’t get my mail…PedTalk usually explodes. This time, it’s school break and we received the following at PCC: … Continue reading
My thanks to Dr. Gewanter who shared this 5 page PDF excerpt from a larger report developed by Patton Boggs LLP that, as the title implies, provides a ”Comparison of House-passed, Senate-amended, and final Stimulus Conference Report.” Enjoy!
Pardon my brief absence. I start a piece every day and then get distracted by some shiny object and don’t return. OK, maybe I’m being distracted by some really fun sites. I promised to share some of the details of … Continue reading
I was paging through my daily Verden Alerts and I noticed that Harvard Pilgrim had released a new set of payment policies regarding E&M codes. In fact, you can read it here on their WWW site, Verden just makes this … Continue reading
Igor and I have continued to follow up on the recession and its impact on our pediatric clients and have discovered some interesting results. We published a formal interview with the two of us here, the teaser follows: In December, … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I did my first piece on the different group purchasing organizations focused on immunizations whom I know, Main Street Vaccines. My goal is to provide an introduction to each of the GPOs and assemble the results … Continue reading