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About Chip Hart

Chip Hart is the Director of PCC’s Pediatric Solutions consulting group and author of the popular blog Confessions of a Pediatric Practice Consultant. Chip’s 25 years of pediatric practice management expertise has helped hundreds of pediatricians increase their clinical and financial health. He has conducted many successful insurance contract negotiations on behalf of his clients and worked as a consultant for the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the AAP Section on Administration and Practice Management (SOAPM). As a dynamic and motivating speaker, Chip leads educational seminars and consults for pediatric professionals nationwide for organizations like the AAP, state chapter AAP programs, the MGMA, and various physican and hospital organizations around the country. Chip was a member of the CCHIT Child Health Work Group and is a member of the CDC Clinical Decision Support and Children’s Model EHR Format working groups. Chip contributes articles on practice management and health care information technology for Pediatric Coding Alert, the AAP’s SOAPM Newsletter, Medical Group Management Association, The Independent Pediatrician and more. Chip lives in Vermont with his wife and their two sons.

2020 RBRVS GPCI Analysis

December 25, 2019 / 2 Comments / in pediatric rvu values, gpci, 2020 rbrvs / by Chip Hart

Every year, I do an analysis of the RBRVS GPCI values - I think this is the most overlooked aspect of the RVU changes from year to year. 

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Major Imms Tools Update

After working with a number of customers, I've updated two immunization tools from the blog that I've found very handy.  I'd like to thank those who spent some time with me beating them up and making...

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Estimating the Cost of Your Vaccine Business

September 07, 2019 / 6 Comments / in nce, vaccine administration, vaccines, AAP NCE / by Chip Hart

Update: with the help of some excellent test subjects and some real-life data, I have significantly updated the Immunization Cost Comparison Calculator.  Try it now, tell me what you think!

I am...

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How Pediatricians Should Choose An EHR

September 01, 2019 / 0 Comments / in pediatric ehr / by Chip Hart

I am often asked for advice about choosing an EHR. Obviously, my perspective is biased but I think my advice is truthful and honest. In fact, I can (and often do) advocate strongly against working...

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Pediatric Supergroup Conference 2020

Executive summary: Miami, FL - January 23, 2020.  Register ASAP, limited seating.

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"What do we view as the biggest issues we must address and prepare for over the next 3-5 years as primary care independant pediatricians?"

August 25, 2019 / 4 Comments / in Editorial, ehr / by Chip Hart

On SOAPM the other day, this question was posed to the group to an unfortunate radio silence:

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A Little Imms Admin Analysis Tool

Update: announcing v1.2 of the Imms Admin Analysis Tool.  I've used it in my consulting almost weekly since I put it together and...whew, I've found some things!  My own experience combined with...

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Episode #12: 7 Pediatric Services That Will Save Your Patients And Your Practice

May 02, 2019 / 3 Comments / in coding, webinar / by Chip Hart

Hey, podcast fans!  PCC's in-house Certified Pediatrics Coder and pediatric services consultant, Jan Blanchard, gave a great webinar last week and I thought I'd share it here.  There's a PDF...

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Vision Screening Benchmarking Update

Before I talk about vision screening, here's my gentle reminder that it's time to sign up for the 2019 Pediatric Supergroup MeetingThe speaker lineup is awesome, the opportunity to engage with...

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Shots Heard 'Round The World

February 22, 2019 / 7 Comments / / by Chip Hart

Many of you - PCC clients, Pediatric Supergroup attendees, PMI attendees, Children's National attendees, more - have heard Dr. Todd Wolynn or his partner Chad Hermann speak about their experience...

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