Practice Management Education in Orthopaedic Surgical Residencies

Gill, J. Brian; Schutt Jr., Robert C.
January 2007
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;Jan2007, Vol. 89-A Issue 1, p216
Academic Journal
The article examines the current trends in practice management training during graduate medical education (GME) for orthopedics. Coding and billing issues are often overlooked in residency training programs. GME is often inadequate because it is not reinforced with practice activities. The practice management education programs of other academic institutions is also compared.


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