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Physicians Working to Understand Billing Guidelines

Unclear policies for colonoscopy billing practices are creating new challenges for patients and physicians alike. Research published in December of […]

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Topics to Watch For the Remainder of 2022

Learn more about what major changes or events may impact GI physicians for the remainder of 2022. [...]

by Melissa Fray | Read More

What Happens When a Physician Sells Their Practice?

The decisions for a physician selling their practice can come with an immense emotional and mental burden. After years building […]

by Deven Stopa | Read More

Guidance Reduces Barriers to Receiving Screenings

The Biden Administration released updated guidance on January 10th requiring private insurance providers to cover the cost of follow-up colonoscopies […]

by Rachael Samonski | Read More

Iterative Scopes Working to Bring AI Tech to U.S.-Based GI Physicians

Company hopes to secure FDA approval in 2022, to begin selling in U.S. market [...]

by Jake Keator | Read More

Positive Outlook

Building a culture of optimism After the year that employees and employers alike have had, it is no surprise that […]

by PE GI Solutions | Read More

Scaling Your Center

A comprehensive guide to scaling your practice or center The opportunity to grow your practice is an exciting time in […]

by Tracy Belsan | Read More

Tackling 1099s

How preparation makes 1099 reporting for vendor payments run smoother Every January, the IRS requires all companies, including GI practices […]

by Kelly Smola | Read More

Profiting from Anesthesia

As you know, the government has been aggressively pursuing enforcement actions against health care providers. This includes providers in the […]

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The Recall Effect

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Approximately 140,610 people are expected to […]

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