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Lawmakers, TMA, and other organizations are planning to take another run at parents' right-to-know legislation regarding immunization data in the 2017 legislative session.
Changes to the National Practitioner Data Bank's NPDB Guidebook mean physicians may need to take an extra step to protect themselves from a detrimental report to the data bank. Long-standing law requires a report to NPDB whenever a physician resigns or surrenders his or her privileges while under investigation, even though sometimes physicians' resignations are unrelated to an open investigation.
Managing your practice's reputation is becoming more of a concern each year as more and more people turn to online reviews to help them find a physician. This story will take a look at how practices can enhance and manage their reputation.
For the first time, the TMA Physician Survey includes specific physician negotiation success rate data by payer. TMA's survey shows 52 percent of doctors attempted to negotiate payment with plans. On average about 40 percent of those doctors were successful in negotiating payment terms with each of the five major plans in Texas.
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