The ACR hosted a town hall, Provider Burnout, on October 27. The town hall focused on the causes of burnout as well as methods to measure, overcome, and improve resilience to burnout among professionals in rheumatology. Hear from Christine Sinsky, MD, MACP, Vice President of Professional Satisfaction at the American Medical Association, as she offers insight on ways to reinstate the joy in medicine.
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medical practice today comes with multiple pressures, including cost
reduction, increased compliance, and health information technology
implementation. Find the latest information on essential practice
management resources to assist rheumatology practices with patient
documentation, audits, coding, Medicare, HIPAA, legal and compliance
tools and forms. Choose an area below to access an array of information
designed to help strengthen your rheumatology practice and improve
The ACR position statements are official positions of the ACR that
are based on clinical guidance on topics related to the management of
rheumatic and musculoskeletal conditions. These papers serve as a
trusted and valuable resource for the medical health care industry.
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practice environment of rheumatology as it is affected by health
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Gain insight on the changing landscape of Medicare regulations and
updates on key areas for your practice, including the physician fee
schedule, HIPAA guidelines, opting in and out of Medicare as well as
Physician practices are faced with multiple compliance programs
associated with clinical care, practice operations, and regulatory
It is important to understand the standards as set forth by CMS and the
Office of Inspector General as it relates to legal and regulatory