AAFP Save Time With a Nurse “Closer,” Coding COVID-19 Antigen Tests, Newborn: New Patient or Not?

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Need More Time? Train a Nurse “Closer” to Wrap Up Patient Visits

Training a nurse to finish patient visits can make your practice more efficient and improve patient outcomes. To operationalize the nurse closer model, follow these five steps.

Coding COVID-19 Antigen Tests

Antigen tests are more likely to be done at the point of care than other COVID-19 tests. Here’s how to code them.

When a Newborn Is Not a New Patient

In most cases, newborns are considered new patients for coding purposes. But there’s an exception.

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Understanding Value-Based Payment: A Primer for Family Physicians

Public and private payers are transitioning away from fee-for-service and emphasizing value-based payment models. This supplement from the American Academy of Family Physicians describes what you need to know about the transition and how it may affect you and your practice.

 

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