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Wrvu For Primary Care

Wrvu - work relative value unit (health care industry)

What does wrvu stand for? wrvu stands for work relative value unit (health care industry). this definition appears very rarely the world's most comprehensive[...]

Hospitalist compensation per wrvu as a proxy for total

The hospitalist offers some excellent insight this year into the total compensation/wrvu formula above. i've been tracking a variation of that on myself for years[...]

Work (wrvu) and total (trvu) list for hospitalist e/m cpt

Update: 2011-2013 work rvu (wrvu) and total (trvu) now included. a reader asked me if i could explain what the most common hospitalist evaluation and management (e/m[...]

Work rvus for the most common primary care wellness

•welcome to medicare” –ippe (g0402) 2.43 • awv –initial (go438) 2.43 –subsequent (g0439) 1.50 •prevention codes[...]

Developmental screening/testing coding fact sheet for

Developmental screening/testing coding fact sheet for primary care pediatricians i. coding developmental screening, surveillance, and assessment are often[...]

Commonly used cpt codes for counseling - primary care

Counseling and coordinating service with addiction specialists will be a large portion of maintenance visits. pcps can provide and bill for counseling without[...]

The How’s and Why’s of Snoring Surgery

For many people, snoring may seem like a fairly minor issue in their lives. After all, something that is experienced by so many people around the world cannot possibly be all that serious, they suppose, so it seems a waste to consider such treatments as snoring surgery. The truth is that snoring can have a [...]

Are Weight Loss Supplements Useful?

It doesn’t matter what you are doing – browsing the Internet, surfing cable, or flipping through your favorite magazine – you will find plenty of advertisements that promote the magical qualities of weight loss supplements. Weight loss supplements come in all manner of shapes, sizes and styles and have a range of claims and solutions. [...]

Diabetes “So Far So Good”

There was this guy who jumped off the 37th floor of a tall building. As he fell, people at each floor inside the building heard him say as he passed them, “So far, so good…so far, so good…” Diabetes is a disease which cannot be “trusted.” I know that’s an odd way of putting it, [...]

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