Busy at the beginning of March? Want to cruise around the Carribean and learn about pediatric practice management at the same time? Check out this opportunity! I am trying to figure out how to participate, myself – my only reservation is the length of the trip (silly kids!).
Archive for month: August, 2012
I believe my first series of blog posts years ago were specifically about insurance negotiation tactics. It’s been a while, and John Canning sent me this link to share. Although it’s a bit sp[censored], I can certainly confirm that I’ve seen the insurance companies use every one of these tools. Quick read, a good reminder.
In years past, I have gone through the entire NCE schedule and highlighted the talks or meetings I had hoped to crash. This year, Jose Lopez (the manager of the SOAPM section), put this awesome handout together. This puts my work to shame.
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