While much of the focus has been placed on the harrowing footage coming out of Ukraine and the live campaign map, the Ukrainian people are undoubtably grateful for those healthcare professionals volunteering to help alleviate the growing humanitarian crisis.
This Holiday Season, we hope you can set aside time to be with the most important people in your life. This is the time of year for us to all come together regardless of faith or creed under the values of peace on earth and goodwill toward men, remembering that we are more alike than we are different.
This Thanksgiving, MedCV and our Teaming Partners are thankful for you. We wish you and your families a Safe and Happy Holiday Season!
Although there are typically guidelines for coding for medical services, Emergency Department Facility E/M Services have little guidance. Is your facility reporting these services correctly?
MedCV’s strategic partnerships have brought about this new opportunity for our physician members and Client organizations to receive a Master of Science in Healthcare Leadership from an esteemed Ivy League institution with tuition reduced by up to 25%! This is an exclusive offer only available to…
A timely message from PsychArmor’s Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Heidi Kraft, about how healthcare providers can best support the military-affiliated community given the current events in Afghanistan.
These Inalienable Rights are core to our American way of life. This weekend, take a few minutes to read or re-read the Declaration of Independence and reflect on what it means to …
Extension for spending Paycheck Protection Program money Reform Bill passes making it easier for recipients of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) funding to qualify for forgiveness of the loans. Extends from eight weeks to 24 weeks the time to spend funds Lowers to 60% from 75% the portion borrowers must spend on payroll (including salary, healthContinue reading “New more relaxed PPP forgiveness requirements passed”
Getting Back to Normal During COVID-19 Getting your practice back to normal in the times of COVID-19 will be a challenge. If you’re ready to invite your patients to come back in, well-planned communications will be the key to success. Almost certainly you need to step up efforts to communicate to your patients and craftContinue reading “Get Your Patients Back! Practices Must Communicate with Their Patients”