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Using Internal and External Resources to Negotiate Contracts

Author: Kane, Cheri

Source: Brief Encounter

Publication Date: October 02, 2000


Managed care is here to stay and it is incumbent upon the health plan and the providers to develop positive long-term relationships. These agreements are only limited by the creativity of the provider and the health plan. Financial arrangements may take a variety of forms, from fee for servic....

EMR ... CMR ... CPR ... G-CPR??

Author: Tadwalt, Bobbi

Source: Brief Encounter

Publication Date: October 02, 1999


Most of you have probably heard of the first few acronyms listed in the title; however, it is likely most of you have never heard of the G-CPR. Most people hadn't, until they attended the Multi-Specialty Group Educational Forum held in Baltimore, MD this past March. Robert M. Kolodner, MD, th....

Working with an Incentive Program for Transcription

Author: Anderson, Jamelia

Source: Brief Encounter

Publication Date: November 02, 1998


After several months of planning, Smith-Glynn-Callaway, a multi-specialty clinic in Springfield, MO, implemented an incentive program for transcription. Since the inception of the program on March 16, great strides have been made. Previously, the medical transcriptionists worked many long hou....

Evaluating Workplace Ergonomics Has Benefits For All

Author: Kuehn, Lynn

Source: Brief Encounter

Publication Date: August 02, 1998


Ergonomics is the study of the relationship between the worker and the work environment. It is more commonly thought of as designing (or redesigning) the work environment to meet the needs of the worker.
This designing of the work environment is vitally important to all companies. Cumul....

Wireless Computing May Be the Ambulatory Answer

Author: Kuehn, Lynn

Source: Brief Encounter

Publication Date: June 02, 1997


Society has accepted the fact that telephones function very well without wires, freeing us from desktop chains. So, why not accept the fact that computing can happen the same way -- wireless, yet fully connected? PC Tablets

The technology exists today to create wireless local area....

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