Within the AAP, there are some fairly strict/arcane/goofy rules about campaigning for AAP President-Elect. Most AAP members here are aware of how it works.
There must be a stack of 10 data-related posts sitting in my in-box, but you get this cleanup announcement while I run off to coach farm league:
[Today's installment was ghost written by the obvious author.]
I've written extensively about 96110 usage among practicing pediatricians in the past and wanted to provide an update for 2008/9.
The other day, I wrote about a problem relating to Tricare’s reimbursement of immunizations. Apparently, this is an excerpt from the AAP’s Private Payer Advocacy press release or newsletter:
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...
At the AAP-endorsed Pediatric Coding and Practice Management events we’ve been hosting, I’ve slipped in a running piece about pediatric compensation models that gets fairly good reception. Practices...