This issue of Rheumatology Practice Management (RPM) provides a sneak peek at some of the “Hidden Treasures of Rheumatology” that await attendees of this year’s conference.
NORM is here to partner with you to chart a course of continued success and sustainability. Change is never easy, but in the rheumatology world, it is a constant. Preparing our physicians and staff to anticipate changes and effectively navigate them is part of our job as leaders within our practices.
Our news blog is comprised of several categories, including Healthy Lifestyle, Holidays, Industry News, Minute with the Board, NORM Events, NORM News, Resources, Social Media, and Tips and Tricks.
Happy holidays and warmest wishes to you and your staff from the National Organization of Rheumatology Managers (NORM)!
In a recent interview, Ms Zlatkus shared comments about her aspirations as President of NORM and Editor-in-Chief of RPM.
At the National Organization of Rheumatology Managers (NORM) 2017 Annual Conference, September 14-16, in Kansas City, MO, our expert speakers and educational sessions will help you further develop your management skills and successfully lead your practice into the future.
The National Organization of Rheumatology Managers (NORM) is pleased to announce that we have joined forces with several patient and provider groups, including the Coalition of State Rheumatology Organizations (CSRO), the American College of Rheumatology, the Global Healthy Living Foundation, the Rheumatology Nurses Society, and the Arthritis Foundation (AF) to form the Alliance for Transparent and Affordable Prescriptions (ATAP).
Rheumatology Practice Management (RPM) will be providing a valuable new resource to our readers. Beginning in June, we will be featuring a Coding Corner section, with the goal of helping practice managers stay informed of pertinent issues concerning medical billing and coding, denials, and appeal protocols.
In the coming year, NORM and Rheumatology Practice Management will strive to provide practice managers with the information and resources they need to deliver quality patient care.
In our last issue, we discussed ways for rheumatology practice managers, physicians, healthcare professionals, and patients to get involved and raise awareness about concerns surrounding the Medicare Part B Drug Payment Model Proposed Rule by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). Andrea and I wanted to share our Washington, DC, experience and encourage our membership to continue to oppose the Part B Drug Demonstration Project.
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