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Health Belief Models...

Health Belief Models...

Every case is important in medical practice; a rational motive for this belief: Patients are people and who visits medical centers with different ailments i.e. will often indicates that different medical procedures to different diseases. What works for one patient plausibly would not work for another case. Health belief model, substantially explored description of patients beliefs about health and health concerned matters. It has following constituents:

Wellness Vs Motive:

It is about personal interest in patient’s medical conditions, the preparedness and motive to bring change in their medical conditions; medically actuated subjects expect to be believed as partners by their medical providers in the healthcare decision process. They demonstrate greater tendency to commit for answerability and responsibility for their health status.

Sensed Vulnerability:

This connects to the point to which they think in the diagnosis and its possible events or results; these type of subjects don’

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Opting Out of Medicaid

Thinking of Opting Out of Medicaid?

Whether or not to accept Medicaid is a question many physicians grapple with. Sometimes it becomes an issue when a medical practice becomes established and has a base of patients that is sufficient for it to thrive. READ MORE……………..

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Credentialing Under Obamacare

Credentialing Under the Affordable Care Act

For many medical practices, credentialing has become a necessity under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), or Obamacare, as it is often referred to. In order to get these patients in the door, a doctor’s office must be credentialed with the major commercial health insurance companies as well as with Medicaid and Medicare. Fail to do so and patient will week healthcare where their insurance plans are accepted. READ MORE……………..

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Practice Startup

Starting a New Medical Practice

The complexities of setting up and running a medical practice may seem overwhelming. Understandably, most physicians do not have extensive experience running a business, but the prospect of working for oneself is still enticing. For this and other reasons, it is highly advisable to consider obtaining the services of a medical practice consulting firm to get your new practice off the ground. This article will cover some of the basics you should be thinking about when getting started. READ MORE…………………

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New Obamacare Penalties

New Penalties Punish Employers Who Help Their Employees!

Obamacare’s effects on business are not always immediately evident. The consultants at ProMD Practice Management are well informed on the laws and regulations that could affect your medical practice. Call us today to find out haw we can help with Affordable Care Act compliance issues.READ MORE…………

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Outsourcing Billing

Why Small Medical Practices Should Outsource Their Billing

Smaller medical practices often believe their size is what makes it reasonable to keep their medical billing in-house. The fact is that with ever changing regulations, rising costs, and fewer and smaller reimbursements, small medical practices are more likely to feel the burden. READ MORE…………..

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