ROCKVILLE, Md., Feb. 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Whether you're transitioning from training to practice, establishing your own practice or joining an existing practice The Renal Physicians Guide to Nephrology Practice, 6th Edition provides a summary of recommendations and a comprehensive review of basic information to help you navigate through the business of your medical practice. Relevant to the needs of new medical practitioners and early career nephrologists, this updated and expanded publication covers a diverse array of medical practice issues.
Included in The Renal Physicians Guide to Nephrology Practice, is updated information on the 2009 Medicare coding changes for hemodialysis management services and drug administration procedures. In addition, there is an expanded section on vascular access services, and proper coding and billing for these services.
Approaches and best practices contained in this more than 200-page publication are based on general practice management applications and reflect the viewpoint of practitioners with more than 30 years of experience in the field of nephrology. Topics addressed in the Guide include selecting a practice location, determining a corporate structure, licensing requirements, fundamentals of coding and billing, nephrology specific coding concerns, employment options, leasing space and purchasing equipment, and office accounting procedures.
The Renal Physicians Guide to Nephrology Practice, 6th Edition is a valuable reference tool! Benefit from sound business management practices and create a culture within your practice that will greatly enhance the likelihood of your success. The recommendations in this book are based on current information that is subject to frequent modification with changing legislation and regulations.
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