Tag: diagnoses


COVID-19 telehealth diagnoses fell in August

November 3, 2022

Via: Healthcare Dive

Telehealth use has fluctuated throughout the pandemic, typically picking up amid waves of new COVID-19 variants. As coronavirus diagnoses fell at the end of this summer, telehealth utilization overall remained fairly stable, rising 1.9% nationally and accounting for 5.4% of […]

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Understanding and Managing Patient Denial: A Key to Better Healthcare

September 17, 2019

Via: Forbes

Of all the topics I wish was better taught when I was a medical student, learning how to recognize and address denial, is foremost among them. As physicians, we regularly encounter patients who, for one reason or another, simply don’t […]


6 Reasons Why ICD-10 Safe Harbor Is Dangerous for Healthcare Delivery

June 16, 2015

Via: Hit Consultant/Security

The Coalition for ICD-10 has issued the following statement in response to the recent efforts to create a “safe harbor” for physicians, which would prohibit claims from being denied due to incorrect or unspecified ICD-10 codes, will result in dangerous […]