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Reflecting and looking forward on the 2014 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule

December 6, 2013

Daniel M. Siegel, MD, examines the hard facts of the 2014 fee schedule and lets you know what to expect in the New Year.

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Phototherapy codes

 

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CMS reduces value of phototherapy codes
By Mark Lebwohl, MD

Dr. Lebwohl takes a closer look at the rationale behind CMS’s cuts to phototherapy codes in the 2014 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, which average about 9 percent.

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How to use simple digital photography to improve patient care
By Peter Accetta, MD

Using digital photography in your practice doesn’t need to be costly or complicated. Dr. Accetta has developed a system that allows you to take advantage of this technology to improve patient care.

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2014 Physician Quality Reporting

The 2014 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule final rule includes one new dermatology measure related to psoriasis, bringing the total number of dermatology measures to five for the 2014 reporting year.

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How can I prepare for Maintenance of Certification (MOC) in 2014?

As 2013 winds down, be sure you have all the information you need to prepare for Maintenance of Certification (MOC) next year.

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Photo of the week: AAD holiday cheer

 

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Photo credit: Joe Asencios

AAD President Dirk Elston, MD, AAD Executive Director Elaine Weiss, and President-Elect Brett Coldiron, MD, celebrated with and thanked AAD staff for their service at the AAD’s annual holiday luncheon in Schaumburg, Ill. Most notable of the AAD’s achievements in 2013 was holding the world’s largest dermatology meeting with record-breaking attendance at the 71st Annual Meeting in Miami Beach, Fla.



 

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