Posts by Courtney Edelson

Courtney Edelson is the Marketing Content Manager at PCC. She writes for the PCC Blog, and creates content to keep pediatricians up to date on important healthcare industry news and trends. In addition to being a lifelong writer, Courtney brings nearly a decade of healthcare practice management experience to her work.
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Stories From PCC's 2016 Pediatric Supergroup Conference

PCC is hosting our second annual Supergroup and H/R Conference June 1-3, 2017 in Chicago. Have you been thinking about joining us, and are wondering what it will be like? Take a look at this blog we wrote about last year's event for an idea of what you can expect.
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6 Advantages of a Built-In Clearinghouse

If your practice submits electronic claims, you are most likely involved with a clearinghouse. Not sure what a clearinghouse is? According to clearinghouses.org, "Clearinghouses are essentially electronic…
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Virtual Bedside Manner: Connecting with Telemedicine

In the telemedicine era, more and more patients are interacting with their doctors via telehealth technology. According to Modern Healthcare, the telemedicine market was worth $500 million in 2014, and…
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Pediatric Vaccine Management À La Scrooge

Vaccine storage, handling, purchasing, and billing have been hot topics recently. In the midst of this holiday season, the timing is appropriate to discuss vaccine management in the pediatric office in the spirit of "A Christmas Carol."
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7 Quick Tips When Hiring For Your Practice

This post has been written by guest blogger Bettina Dold, PCC's Director of Marketing. Here are some high-level tips to consider when looking for new staff. Each of these tips can be further researched…