Archive for September, 2011


When is medical information too much information? In the provision of health care, it seems strange to even consider that there could be too much information about a patient. Doctors are trained to only consider diagnosis and treatment when all the available facts have been gathered. And yet, even the smallest detail about a patient, […]

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Mind the gap, Medical Billing, The Private Practice magazine

It’s a fact that some doctors misunderstand the constraints of bulk billing. To set the record straight, Margaret Faux explains the Medicare rules, using out-of-hospital services as an example. When it comes to billing outpatients, with the exception of worker’s compensation, third party and Veterans claims, there are only two options: bulk billing or patient […]

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