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July 28, 2022 #7,309 Publisher-Barry Block, DPM, JD

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PODIATRISTS IN THE NEWS
MI Podiatrist Discusses Posterior Tibial Tendonitis
 
According to Conway McLean, DPM, "Certainly the posterior tibial tendon can be acutely injured, requiring only the traditional R.I.C.E. formula (rest, icing, compression, and elevation). But more commonly it’s a chronic condition due to the individual’s foot type. Altering a person’s biomechanics is a complex, challenging task. When achieved, the rewards may extend beyond simple pain relief to reduced back pain, faster walking speed, lessened fatigue, and an improved quality of life."
 
Dr. Conway McLean
 
"Your foot, ankle, or lower leg pain may be due to posterior tibial tendonitis. If so, it is probably the result of poor biomechanical function. The same applies to plantar fasciitis, the most common cause of heel pain. Today’s message? Get a thorough biomechanical assessment, get better support, and get walking. But don’t wait years to seek care: time changes many things including, maybe, your posterior tibial tendon," says Dr. McLean.
 
Source: The Mining Journal

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PODIATRISTS IN THE COMMUNITY
NY Podiatrist Joins Susz Podiatry and Wound Centers
 
Juanita Rufran, DPM recently started as an associate at Susz Podiaty & Wound Centers in Lakewood, NY and Russell, PA. Dr. Rufran earned her podiatric medical degree at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine.
 
Dr. Juanita Rufran
 
Dr. Rufran completed her podiatric residency at SBH Health System in Bronx, NY. She is an attending physician at The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) in Chautauqua County, New York and on staff at Warren General Hospital in Warren, PA. 
 
Source: Linkedin

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PRACTICE MANAGEMENT TIP OF THE DAY
Tips for Collecting Patient Balances
 
Practices have been creative during COVID-19 to ensure safe patient access: Telephone visits. Curbside immunizations. Drive-up virus testing. Even checking patients in for their in-office visits while they wait in the car. However, each of these scenarios poses one significant challenge: Collecting copayments and coinsurance. Experts provide these tips to help practices successfully collect patient balances during COVID-19 and beyond:
 
1. Educate patients about the cost of virtual services
 
This includes having a conversation at the time of booking about how much each service will cost, says Denny Flint, chief commercial officer at Millennia, a tech-enabled patient engagement company specializing in the recovery of end-to-end patient financial obligation. Although some payers may waive cost-sharing for virtual services during the pandemic, those waivers will likely expire at some point, making it critical for patients to understand their financial responsibilities. For example, patients may not understand why they need to pay for a telephone appointment or why a telehealth visit costs the same as an in-person one. Explain that these services require provider time and expertise, which is why payers consider them compensable.
 
Source: Lisa A. Eramo, MA

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CODINGLINE CORNER
Query: Follow-Up Visit
 
I would like to present this scenario for comments on coding. The patient has CIGNA OPEN ACCESS PLUS insurance. A 74-year-old male patient  presents to the office for a follow-up on right foot pain. The patient says that the pain has subsided significantly since the last office visit. In fact, the pain is rated 0/10 today. The patient was seen and examined. His medical history was reviewed and noted in the chart. Hydrotherapy greater than 8 minutes was provided to address edema of the right foot. The patient has been diagnosed with arthritis, right foot. We discussed the etiology and treatment options with the patient in detail. The patient requests refill of nabumetone should symptoms flare up again. We discussed benefits of pre-fabricated and custom orthoses to properly manage the patient’s abnormal biomechanics. At this time, PowerStep inserts were dispensed and this device is being utilized in an attempt to eliminate the need for surgery. Can I bill the above-stated visit with the following?
 
CPT 99214 with modifier -25 (for Prescription Drug Management, and separately identifiable E/M service) with the diagnosis codes M19.90 and R60.0
CPT 97760 – LT with the diagnosis code M21.42
CPT 97760 – RT with the diagnosis code M21.41
 
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Response: As always, documentation is the key. The patient presents with no symptoms or a condition that has resolved. You mention arthritis but where is it? Is that what was causing the pain? How severe is it if taken on a PRN basis? Biomechanics? This clearly needs to be documented. I personally have not charged separately for orthotic training for an OTC device that I dispensed. They could have bought this at a local store and read the instructions on the box. This could be including in your E/M fee. I am curious to see what other opinions are on this.
 
Lastly, to bill a CPT 99214, an option for your scenario is that there has to be chronic problem with exacerbation. Last week, there may have been exacerbation, but not this week-symptoms are 0/10. Morbidity and risk at this point are minimal. The medication you prescribed was a refill and to be taken PRN not to treat an active problem. So, in my opinion, your best code would be CPT 99213.
 
Tony Poggio, DPM, Alameda, CA
 
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RESPONSES/COMMENTS (OBITUARIES) - PART 1
RE: The Passing of Samuel S. Mendicino, DPM
 
ABFAS mourns the loss of Past President Samuel S. Mendicino, DPM,  who passed away July 23, 2022. Sam served the community and the profession throughout his career. He has been a mentor, a leader, a teacher, a colleague, and most importantly, a friend to countless individuals in our profession. ABFAS applauds Dr. Mendicino for his years of dedication and service to the podiatric profession. His impact and influence will always be present.
 
Dr. Samuel Mendicino
 
Dr. Mendicino’s publications, appointments, and elected roles are too numerous to list. In 2019, Podiatry Management inducted Dr. Mendicino into the Podiatric Hall of Fame and bestowed on him a Lifetime Achievement Award. Dr. Mendicino is survived by his children, Hannah Mendicino and Sammy Mendicino; and his brothers Robert “Bobby” Mendicino, DPM, D.ABFAS, and Johnny Mendicino; and his parents Sam and Margaret.
 
Alan Ng, DPM

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RESPONSES/COMMENTS (OBITUARIES) - PART 2A
 
Dr. Davidson is what is best about our specialty. His capacity and drive, married with skill and an innate goodness, were on display every day during his decades-long career in Buffalo. He will live on in the memory of his family, his trainees, and his patients-- but also in our discipline. We are better off because of him. 
 
David G. Armstrong, DPM

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RESPONSES/COMMENTS (OBITUARIES)

RE: The Passing of David Davidson, DPM

I’m heartbroken on learning of my close friend Dave’s passing, after keeping up with him during his brave and inspirational battle with that dreaded ALS disease. I don’t need to add to the huge number of podiatric accolades I know he’ll be receiving here, because for me, it’s more of the personal loss I’m feeling. I guess one of the downsides of the longevity I’ve been lucky enough to be favored with is the constant loss of so many of my close and younger friends and family, like Dave’s cousin Dr. Ed Fischman (DPM), my “brother from another mother,” who passed just a relatively short while ago, and of course my wife, Sue, gone almost ten years now. The best we can do is go by David’s very recent words of wisdom, as to learn how to live life to the fullest each day.

Thanks Dave, I’ll try to keep doing that, while I miss you and our constant, occasionally hysterical, emails and Facebook posts. You’re now yet another piece of my heart missing. R.I.P. friend.
 
Arthur Gudeon, DPM

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RESPONSES/COMMENTS (NON-CLINICAL) - PART 1A
From: Ivar E. Roth, DPM, MPH
 
I read with interest Dr. Alan Sherman’s response to Dr. Jacobs, and Dr. Markinson’s comments. While I respect the aforementioned noted doctors, they seem to want to box in our profession in what they think is our limits as podiatrists. I agree with Dr. Sherman that podiatrists are not a homogenous group. While I think the average student applying to podiatric medical school probably could not get into medical school, there are a few in every class that could easily have gone to medical school if they wanted to. I know this for a fact as my son graduated from UCLA with honors as a bioengineering major and had MCATs that would easily allow him acceptance into medical school. I am proud to say he will be a third generation podiatrist in our family.
 
I think we should allow the cream to rise to the top and allow any of our graduates who have the brains and fortitude to push the limits of their training in whatever manner they choose. If they want to manage a diabetic with a foot problem, why not if they have the training and experience. Like Dr. Sherman stated, "Let’s never become complacent and let’s continue to improve."
 
Ivar E. Roth, DPM, MPH, Newport Beach, CA

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RESPONSES/COMMENTS (NON-CLINICAL) - PART 1B
RE: AMA and Podiatry’s Scope of Practice (Daniel Chaskin, DPM)
From: Carl Solomon, DPM, Jeffrey Kass, DPM
 
We berate other providers (dermatologists, general surgeons, family physicians, ER doctors, advanced nurse practitioners) for their lack of expertise to adequately treat something as "complex"' as an ingrown toenail.  So does it make sense that we want to manage diabetes and gout, which are rarely stand-alone illnesses and frequently accompanied by metabolic syndrome, hypertension, renal, and cardiac issues?
 
Carl Solomon, DPM, Dallas, TX
 
I believe Drs. Udell and Kravitz missed the point Dr. Chaskin was aiming to convey in his post. I thought (possibly incorrectly) that Dr. Chaskin was attempting to offer a possible strategy to increase scope of practice where it is limited. He suggests in his last sentence – “once podiatrists become trained to prescribe medications to treat foot conditions that affect other body parts, state legislatures should allow podiatrists increased scope of practice.
 
I don’t know how realistic of an idea this is – but, I applaud Dr. Chaskin for at least suggesting an alternative.
 
Jeffrey Kass, DPM, Forest Hills, NY

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RESPONSES/COMMENTS (AT THE COLLEGES)
From: Vince Marino, DPM
 
Yes indeed, congratulations to Dr. Adegboyega for his accomplishment. But what is sad is that there are still states where it takes jumping through hoops to be allowed to perform within the scope of our collective learning and training. Why are there only 34 podiatrists in the entire state of New York allowed advanced ankle privileges when there are several hundreds of fellow podiatrists who have been performing these same advanced privileges for decades in other states? Maybe parity for all podiatrists in all states should be a concern and focus for APMA instead of worrying so much about parity with allopathic and osteopathic physicians. Why would the allopathic and osteopathic communities ever consider “parity” with us when we don’t even have parity among ourselves?
 
Vince Marino, DPM, Novato, CA

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FULL-TIME or PART-TIME PODIATRIST - DALLAS/FORT WORTH AREA 
 
PSR 24-36 Trained Multi-dimensional, Multi-office group treating a wide range of patients to include: forefoot, rearfoot, diabetic wound care, sports medicine and work-related injuries.  Modern offices and equipment. A great opportunity for driven personable individual.  Please e-mail  Cover letter, CV, short introduction video Email: cnunez1940@gmail.com
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION – LOS ANGELES COASTAL
 
Well established and growing 35+ year practice with a full-time, associate-to-partnership opportunity for a motivated, friendly individual. The practice encompasses a full scope of podiatric treatment, including routine care, wound care, peds, sports med, surgery. Very competitive compensation and benefit package. Please email CV to airportpodiatrygroup@gmail.com. 
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION – HUDSON VALLEY, NY 
 
We are a high-volume, diversified, multi-office podiatry practice utilizing state-of-the-art modalities. Excellent mix of general podiatry, surgery (forefoot and rearfoot) and diabetic wound care. We service Ulster, Orange, Dutchess, Greene, and Delaware counties. Ample growth opportunity for a personable and highly-motivated DPM.  Excellent wound care opportunity, if desired. info@hvfa.com
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION - CHARLESTON, WV 
 
U.S. Foot and Ankle Specialists is looking for an upcoming or recent residency graduate or experienced practitioner to join our practice in Charleston, WV - part of the fast-growing metropolitan area of Charleston. We are a growing group of 153 providers and 98 locations.  If personable, motivated, and well-trained, we would be delighted to discuss an associate position with you. We offer growth opportunities, a strong compensation package, and many other benefits. Please send a cover letter and resume to: newdpm@footandankle-usa.com. Candidates must be either licensed or in the process of becoming licensed in WV to be considered for this position.
 
FULL TIME PODIATRIST - NEW JERSEY 
 
We are a fast-growing podiatry practice in New Jersey with multiple locations and Doctors.  We are currently looking for a full-time motivated and caring Doctor to join our busy practice. Some benefits include: competitive six-figure salary, generous, guaranteed bonus structure, health insurance (including vision & dental), paid vacation time off, paid malpractice insurance and CME time off. Great prospects for experienced Doctors as well as new Associates. This is an excellent opportunity to expand your Podiatric medical and surgical experience in an office-based practice! If interested, please submit your CV to DrSamofal@PodiatryCenterNJ.com
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION – TAMPA, FLORIDA 
 
IMMEDIATE!! Doctor of Podiatric medicine position for a well-trained, highly motivated individual. Location: Tampa, Florida. Competitive salary with commission structure. Benefits include: PTO, CME allowance, health and malpractice insurance. Must be confident in working solo in your own office environment.  Please email Cover Letter and CV to floridapodiatryfootcare@gmail.com
 
PART TIME ASSOCIATE POSITION - BRONX, NY
 
Spacious, sunny, modern office in safe, residential neighborhood. Seeking part-time DPM. Position is for office only (No hospitals, nursing home or surgery) Experienced DPM preferred. Please email CV and cover letter to barryfinkelstein123@gmail.com
 
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ASSOCIATE POSITION - NEW JERSEY
 
Part time associate position available in Monmouth/Ocean County area.  Great opportunity for residents and recent grads. We have 2 offices and also provide services to several nursing facilities.  Excellent opportunity to supplement your current practice or for those looking for a great work/life balance. Contact: podiatrynj1212@gmail.com
 
PODIATRIST - CHICAGO 
 
Busy, multi-physician podiatry practice in Chicago looking to hire podiatrist for office base and housecalls. Earnings $350K and up, flexible hours, full or part time, fixed hours, full logistics and scheduling provided, bonus and partnership track, malpractice and health insurance. Peers physicians references provided. Please email Kinga.efac@gmail.com or call 312-375-6430.
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION AVAILABLE - WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA (BOONE, NC) 
 
A well-established growing podiatric group practice is looking for a hardworking, ethical, highly motivated person to join our team. We are offering a competitive salary with bonus opportunities and a wide range of benefits. Candidates must have or in the process of obtaining a North Carolina license for this position. Associate position can lead to partnership. Please send resume to: info@msppso.com
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION – BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA 
 
We are looking for a podiatrist that provides service to our in-office patients, skilled nursing home patients, wound care patients and our affiliated hospitals. Required: Completion of a 3-year residency program (NO Resident applications) • Current holder of a state podiatry license • Board certification/qualification is highly preferred • Looking for well trained, well rounded and personable candidate to plug into our growing group of 5 Podiatrists and 4 locations. Competitive 6 figure base with lucrative bonus structure. Full benefits including 401K and match.  Email resumes directly to victorian@footnankledoc.com
 
IMMEDIATE ASSOCIATE POSITION - MARYLAND 
 
Excellent opportunity to become part of a well established, busy practice of 35 years. Seeking FT associate immediately. Practice has licensed, certified, accredited surgical center located within.  Fully modernized practice including digital x-rays, EMR etc.  We pride ourselves in quality patient care, our excellent reputation and our very knowledgeable staff. Current associate leaving, therefore you will step into a well rounded, established practice with a thriving patient base. Compensation includes competitive salary, malpractice, retirement plan, health ins., hospital and association dues, etc. Potential for partnership/purchase. Forward CV/ professional goals to rscpod@comcast.net.  
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION - LONG BEACH, CA 
 
Busy practice seeking a holistically-minded podiatrist. Will train how to implement holistic treatment modalities to improve the outcome of every pathology we see as a podiatrist. Please send a cover letter and CV to sdonkim@gmail.com
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION - SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 
 
Seeking associate to join our busy, well-established (20+ years), top-rated Southern California practice. Position offers excellent salary with all paid benefits/incentives. New grads welcome. Close to hospitals and surgery center. Low cost of living in Southern California. No weekends, no nights. Please e-mail CV and cover letter to Dr.peterawad@gmail.com.
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION - ASHEVILLE, NC 
 
U.S. Foot and Ankle Specialists is looking for an upcoming or recent residency graduate or experienced practitioner to join our practice in Asheville, NC- part of the fast-growing metropolitan area of Asheville. We are a growing group of 153 providers and 98 locations.  If personable, motivated, and well-trained, we would be delighted to discuss an associate position with you. We offer growth opportunities, a strong compensation package, and many other benefits. Please send a cover letter and resume to: newdpm@footandankle-usa.com. Candidates must be either licensed or in the process of becoming licensed in NC to be considered for this position.
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION – WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA  
 
Join a well-established, busy and growing podiatric practice. We are fully integrated with the medical community in a large tertiary teaching hospital. Research opportunities are available. Applicant should be ethical, personable, hardworking, and committed to quality patient care. We are offering a competitive salary with bonus opportunities and a wide range of benefits. Associate position can lead to partnership. All interested candidates should send a resume to JCMOOREDPM@aol.com
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION – EASTON, MD 
 
Single physician practice is seeking an associate interested in owning a thriving office and senior living facilities based practice. Office is located in Easton, MD. There is an opportunity to develop a surgical aspect to the practice. Compensation is personal productivity commission based. Please contact for information Tidewaterpodiatry@gmail.com
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION - SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 
 
Very busy, well-established, group practice is seeking to add a full time associate. Candidate must be very hard working and ethical with good surgical training and having completed a minimum of 24 month residency. Applicant must be at least board qualified. Competitive salary and benefits. E-mail CV to llfootankle@gmail.com 
 
POSITIONS AVAILABLE - FLORIDA, GEORGIA, MASSACHUSETTS, SOUTHERN NEW JERSEY and BUFFALO, NY 
 
Looking for reliable and ethical podiatrists to service Nursing Homes and Skilled Nursing Facilities throughout Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Southern New Jersey and the Buffalo, NY region. Send inquiries and CV to: phasetwopodiatry@gmail.com 
 
ASSOCIATE POSITIONS – VA, MD, CT, DE, PA, OH, MO, NJ, NY, TN, FL 
 
PediRite provides care to nursing home residents. Excellent opportunities working in our contracted facilities. Flexible scheduling, very lucrative commissions! Great match if you have open days/hours in your schedule. Resume to sara@sightrite.com (sign-on bonus for VA)
 
IMMEDIATE ASSOCIATE POSITION - SOUTHWEST, FL 
 
Stat position busy, modern practice. ABFAS BC/BQ, EMR,  Dig x-rays, U.S., CT, DME, Base salary + bonus, PTO, 401K, free health ins. DrLam@NaplesPodiatrist.com 
 
ASSOCIATE POSITION – CALIFORNIA 
 
Largest group in the central valley is seeking associate. Must be highly motivated with good patient skills and personality. Must be board qualified or certified salary excellent with all paid benefits/incentives including malpractice/401k and profit sharing, and will help with student loan repayment. Compassionate and well-trained for immediate position. Office based, Surgery Center and hospital-based with no rest homes. Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred. Offering a permanent position in a multi-million dollar hi-tech practice. Please e-mail CV and short bio to tflores@wetreatyourfeet.com
 
ASSOCIATE PODIATRIST - NORTHERN VIRGINIA (MT. VERNON) /SUBURB WASHINGTON DC 
 
Large fast growing full scope practice, across the street from hospital. 30-year established busy private practice, looking for potential partnership. Base salary $135K, plus incentive pay, malpractice, PTO, paid CME, and retirement.  Send cover letter (“Why I am your next superstar”) and CV to hottoe@capitalfeet.com
 
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