[Preceding Commercial: don’t miss a full day of coding and practice management education on this Friday, March 25, 2011 in Miami!] Almost two years ago, I had my second blog piece about UHC, Ingenix, and what I felt (and was later confirmed to be) was their bogus fee schedule data. Turns out that they ripped …
Archive for month: March, 2011
I haven’t posted about the politics of immunizing in almost two years, but this effort is good enough to bring that topic out of the closet. Get a laugh and share with patients.
The sign-up sites for the different pediatric events involving numerous SOAPM folks, besides myself, in the next few months – Oken, Madden, Betancourt, many more – are finally up, so I can blog about it. Whew. Rich Lander is speaking at at least 3 of them! Richmond, VA, Mar 3-6, 2011: The Art and …
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