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Pulmonary Coding:Do's and Don'ts of Inhaler Service Claims

05th January 2011
The three things to remember when reporting for inhaler demo/evaluation are: (1) the type of device used, (2) documentation requirements and (3) qualifying modifiers. The following ‘yes' and ‘No' show you why some payers would deny payment for this servic... Read >
Author: angela

Four Useful Tips For Acing That Nursing School Interview

26th November 2010
One of the first few things that you will have to hurdle when applying to nursing schools is speaking with an admissions counselor. With the competition facing aspiring nurses today, it is essential to make a good impression . By following these tips, ... Read >
Author: Travis

How does Nursing Care Plan Used by Nurses?

22nd November 2010
A nursing care plan provides an idea about the nursing care to be provided to a patient. It is the actions that are performed by the nurses to resolve the problem that are seen in the assessment. It guides the nurses on what sort of care is to be provided... Read >
Author: David Alen

Detox Liver Diet - Best Fatty Liver Disease Diet Guide

11th October 2010
Cleansing Through A Detox Liver DietUpon finding out that I had fatty liver disease a couple of years back, I was determined to discover a solution on how I could treat my sickness and came upon detox liver diet. Fatty liver disease is because of excessiv... Read >
Author: Barry Colliery

Shrink Liver Diet - Best Fatty Liver Disease Diet

11th October 2010
Pre-Surgery Shrink Liver Diet When I was about to have my lap band surgery, my physician advised me to have a shrink liver diet to make my liver smaller. In accordance with her, if I had a smaller liver, it would be easier for the surgeon to perform the s... Read >
Author: Barry Colliery

How to Fix VSSAPI.DLL Error Automatically

09th September 2010
Have you ever got the Kernel32 DLL error message? You are prompted that VSSAPI.DLL error in a small windows while you are stating up your computer, running or opening a new program. In this case, your computer becomes crashed and your Windows system is at... Read >
Author: Tocolue

How to Know Whether My Ex Still Wants Me Back Or Not? Here is What Will Bring the Truth Out Fast

07th September 2010
You had to slowly and carefully nurse back your heart to existence when your ex left you. It was very hard on your part to accept the fact that your ex left you as you were together for a long time. Then during one of your night out with some friends, you... Read >
Author: Russell Jackson

Guide for Capodimonte Figurine Collecting

11th August 2010
Figurines are definitely one of the most pleasurable collectible items. There are a plethora choices that might include size, color, and style. A Capodimonte figurine might be quite pleasant. If you think of collecting these treasures as an exciting hobby... Read >
Author: Frank Smith

Government Incentives to Convert to Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

19th July 2010
The government incentive to convert to Electronic Medical Records (EMR) is rising in popularity for many reasons. One of the biggest reasons is to keep records protected from people wishing to steal others' information. This is much harder to be done when... Read >
Author: Jeff Weigang

How To Wean Puppies To A Raw Dog Food Diet

18th July 2010
How To Wean Puppies To A Raw Dog Food Diet Starting dogs early on a raw dog food diet will allow them to gain the most benefit from this type of diet. If you can get them on this type of diet from puppy-hood, that would be the best. That will make sure... Read >
Author: Johnfox

Nursing 2011 Magazine

21st June 2010
Nursing Magazines are one of the best sources for the nursing students. Nursing Magazines are published under many titles offering a vast source of knowledge for the people who are interested in this profession. One of the most popular magazines last year... Read >
Author: subscription

Principles of therapeutic communication every nurse should master

17th June 2010
If you ever visit to a hospital in connection with some health related problems, the first person you meet there and probably the last person you will meet while returning from the hospital would be none other than the nurse. Thus, it becomes imperative... Read >
Author: breadjam

Tips For New Graduates Looking For Nursing Jobs

14th May 2010
As a new nursing graduate you are now ready to enter into the exciting career of nursing. A new grad has several choices to choose from when it comes to nursing jobs. Before you start your search for jobs, there a few thing to consider first. As a new gra... Read >
Author: Karen Williams

Office Furniture - Stool and Bench Seating

28th January 2010
Stool and bench is used for many different purposes. Benches can be used to seat guests while they wait outside for a doctors appointment or other type of visit, outside for employees while they take their breaks during the day, or just to make the office... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

What Are Exam Room Flags?

23rd November 2009
There are many things in hospitals and doctor's offices that the average person might not understand. Sometimes there are items that seem to have little or no purpose, but actually mean a great deal. Exam room flags are just that item, and they're actuall... Read >
Author: MLS
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