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Where Have All the Practice Administrators Gone?
Where Have All the Practice Administrators Gone?

“There’s already a shortage, and it’s going to get worse,” says Jim Stroud, a CPA with the Warren Averett healthcare consulting group. According to local job listings, medical practices and hospitals are finding it hard to fill practice administrator openings.

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Reversing Diabetes
Reversing Diabetes

Could a Four Dollar Generic be the Answer?

Rogue T- cells that attack the body’s own pancreatic beta cells have long been known as the primary villains in the autoimmune process that becomes Type 1 diabetes.

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Less Invasive Procedure Offers Hope for High Risk BPH Patients
Less Invasive Procedure Offers Hope for High Risk BPH Patients

The transurethral resection of prostate (TURP) is the current gold standard for treating benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), but the less invasive prostate laser vaporization technology is proving to be beneficial for patients as well and has similar outcomes to the traditional procedures.

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Physicians Use Clinic to Prevent Recurring Kidney Stones
Physicians Use Clinic to Prevent Recurring Kidney Stones

Recurring kidney stones are a problem for a number of people, especially those living in the Southeast’s hot, humid climate.

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Reimbursements that Can Quickly Raise Revenue
Reimbursements that Can Quickly Raise Revenue

With just two Medicare exam codes, a physician raised her revenue by $45,320. “So many services that patients are eligible for, like preventative care visits, don’t get utilized by providers, and many are already performing the services,” says Julie Thompson, billing supervisor at MediSYS.

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Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy could save lives we now lose to lung cancer
Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy could save lives we now lose to lung cancer

If we could turn back time; if, before the ragged cough developed, before symptoms were recognized too late, if we could detect this lethal killer in its early, much more curable stage, many of the people who will die this year from lung cancer probably would have lived.

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A Killing Silence
A Killing Silence

Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

This year, more than 40,000 Americans will learn they are dying of a disease they have probably never heard of. It kills as many Americans as breast cancer, and trends indicate it will soon be killing more.

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UAB Orthopedic Surgeon Teaches Around the Globe
UAB Orthopedic Surgeon Teaches Around the Globe

“A thing that is a necessity here is considered a luxury for much of the world,” says Ashish Shah, MD, an orthopedic surgeon and assistant professor in the Department of Surgery at UAB.

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More Than Just A Pretty Face
More Than Just A Pretty Face

Pediatric Plastic Surgeons Reshape Lives

When you think of plastic surgery, nips and tucks to hide the sags and wrinkles of aging faces may be the first thought that comes to mind.

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The Dangers of the Deductibles in the New Insurance Plans
The Dangers of the Deductibles in the New Insurance Plans

With the introduction of new health insurance plans stemming from the Affordable Care Act, deductibles and copays may be leaping beyond most patients’ ability to pay. “Some of our clients have seen deductibles of $5,000 or more,” says Jim Stroud, CPA, with Warren Averett Kimbrough & Marino. “Practices that have struggled in the past to collect $50 copays are going to suffer significantly.”

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