I’ve said more than once that the AAP is the first place pediatricians should go to learn about RVUs. They have updated it and you can now find their 2009 RBRVS Conversion Spreadsheet on-line. I got to help out by making a little change to the sheet (now the GPCI piece is just a pull down and not something you need to do manually). Cool. After reading through the AAP’s materials, I encourage you to check out PCC’s free RVU Calculators (this one and this one).
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