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    Seeking Medical Attention: Where Should I Go?

    When something out-of-the-ordinary happens, many of us typically have a backup plan in place. Flat tire? Call roadside assistance. Issue with a work computer? Contact the IT department. Cable crashed? Reach out to a service provider. However, when we get sick, although there are many different resources at our disposal, it seems there is never a clear, straight-forward plan to follow each time.

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    Topics: Ambulatory Care, Emergency Medicine, Healthcare

    CMS Overhaul to Eliminate One of the Greatest Threats to Identify Theft

    When many new newly eligible Medicare beneficiaries receive their insurance cards in the mail they are shocked to see their full social security number staring up at them, displayed prominently on the face of the card. The obvious security risk is troubling for many beneficiaries, especially geriatric beneficiaries that may be at greater risk of being targeted by identify fraud scammers or misplacing the wallet or purse in which the card is held.

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    Topics: Emergency Medicine, Healthcare

    How to Better Negotiate with Payers

    Topics: Ambulatory Care, Healthcare

    Patient Documentation Evaluation and Management Guidelines for Medical Practices

    Topics: Ambulatory Care, Healthcare

    Getting Paid for Non-Emergency Transports

    Topics: EMS, Healthcare

    Improving Patient Care and Delivery through the Triple Aim

    Topics: EMS, Healthcare

    Optimizing the Operation of Your EMS Agency: Navigating the Roadblocks in the Application of Operations Research

    Topics: EMS, Healthcare

    Electronic Patient Care Report Documentation Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them

    Topics: EMS, Healthcare

    Three Takeaways from the Anesthesiology 2017 Conference in Boston

    Topics: Healthcare, Anesthesia

    Five Things to Do off the Beaten Path While in D.C. for ACEP

    Topics: Emergency Medicine