Daily News Podcast
The MDedge Daily News podcast for Feb. 22, 2018.
Calculating one patient’s BMI and developing a follow-up plan could help you avoid a 4% MIPS penalty.
Assessing the pain and function of your patients with OA could help you avoid a 4% penalty under MIPS.
TNF inhibitor biologics are recommended as first-line therapy.
Data provide some reassurance for clinicians who are concerned that their patients need to be treated with a biologic late in pregnancy.
Among patients with axial spondyloarthropathy, higher BMI and obesity independently predicts worse disease outcomes.
Report on a patient you screened for high blood pressure and avoid a 4% penalty under MIPS.
Avoid a 4% penalty under MIPS by reporting that you discussed advance care planning with one patient.
Pick Your Pace offers a way to get started with Medicare’s new QPP and ready physicians for meaningful quality improvement, AMA President David O...
BARCELONA – Celecoxib performs best in PRECISION-ABPM trial.