WeTreatFeet Podiatry has been featured in Baltimore Magazine’s Top Docs issue! Check out the excerpt:
In Northwest Hospital’s Gala video, a patient of We Treat Feet’s Dr. Mike Daniels recalls the procedure that ended up saving him his foot. The patient had a very serious condition which combined with his diabetes would have required amputation for most patients without the aggressive treatment provided by Dr. Daniels and his colleagues at Northwest Hospital.
We Treat Feet’s Dr. Mike Daniels is ranked in the Top 1% of all podiatrists listed on the business social network LinkedIn!
Dr. Daniels is continually ahead of the curve in connecting with both his patients and colleagues and it’s great to see him recognized.
You can view his LinkedIn profile here!
WASHINGTON—The American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) today voiced its concern over the short-term solution known as the “doc fix” legislation passed by voice vote in the House of Representatives. APMA calls on Congress to discontinue use of these temporary fixes, and instead focus efforts on continuing bipartisan negotiations, working toward a permanent SGR replacement package that includes provisions of the APMA-sponsored HELLPP Act.
The one-year “doc fix” keeps Medicare payment levels at their current level and averts the 24-percent payment cut scheduled to take effect April 1. Instead, providers would see a 0.5-percent increase in payments through December 31, 2014. Payments would then revert to their current levels through April 15, 2015. The bill would also delay the ICD-10 transition until October 2015. While the delay does allow for additional time for preparation, it poses a significant financial and resource impact on entities that were heavily invested in the transition.
“APMA continues to work with members of Congress to replace the flawed sustainable growth rate formula as well as any burdensome requirements that adversely affect our members, including our collaborative goal of an orderly ICD-10 transition,” said APMA President Frank Spinosa, DPM. “APMA urges its members and all physician organizations to push for permanent Medicare payment reform.”
Contact APMA’s Legislative Advocacy department at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We Treat Feet Podiatry would like to welcome Karen Pearlstone RN, BSN to it’s talented team of professionals! A graduate of the University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science degree in Family Studies, Karen relocated to Miami several years later where she attended nursing school and obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.
Drawn to the nursing field due to her strong desire to nurture others, she has joined our team as Surgical Coordinator and looks forward to getting to know both the staff and patients!
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