TX RN

TX RN

ICU, CV-Thoracic Sx, Internal Medicine
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TX RN has 11 years experience and specializes in ICU, CV-Thoracic Sx, Internal Medicine.

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  1. Ohio or Texas

    How did salary in NM fare compare to the first place you practiced after leaving?
  2. Ohio or Texas

    Don't know about Ohio. Despite Texas' practice restrictions there are plenty of opportunities in the metro areas. Best of luck.
  3. Please help decide between Internal Med Clinic Vs Minute Clinic

    +1 on this.
  4. Please help decide between Internal Med Clinic Vs Minute Clinic

    Negotiate for productivity bonus.
  5. Please help decide between Internal Med Clinic Vs Minute Clinic

    Best you take this to an attorney. Trust me, best $300 you can spend.
  6. Please help decide between Internal Med Clinic Vs Minute Clinic

    The IM job gets my vote. I have a question. Were you told the IM position is 1099? Because being under contract doesn't translate to 1099, especially since you mention they offer benefits.
  7. what is your day like for nursing home/ALF visits?

    I self-contract with a physician that has patients at a several nursing homes. I'll be happy to answer your question: Start to finish. Since I am self-contracted I don't have a minimum number of encounters I need to make. This makes my rounds ex...
  8. Anyone interested in moving to New Mexico?

    Thanks!
  9. Anyone interested in moving to New Mexico?

    Thank you. I'll make sure and do that.
  10. How to find out insurance reimbursement rates by CPT code

    Yes. You are credentialed through the groups number. You essentially receive a billing number that is tied to the groups practice. If you leave the practice you will need to restart the credentialing process for your individual number.
  11. How to find out insurance reimbursement rates by CPT code

    Ask your employer for a copy of EOB's. This should list each patient and what rate is reimbursed by payor source. You can review each charge.
  12. Wound Care NP???

    I practice as wound care and hyperbaric medicine NP. I follow pts in hospital, LTACH, rehab, snf's and clinic. It's a great gig. It has a lot of upside. PM me with any questions. FYI, I also practice as a Hospitalist NP part time.
  13. Anyone interested in moving to New Mexico?

    I'm not familiar with the state. I may just have to vacation there with the family. It will give me an opportunity to get a feel for the area.Anyone familiar with the state have recommendations?
  14. Can't Keep Looking at the Bright Side (I just want to cry)

    Military? Maybe reserves?
  15. New grad NP and differential diagnoses

    This is not unusual as a new provider. I've been there, as I'm sure many others have as well. The learning curve is different for everyone, so don't be too hard on yourself. Best advice I can tell you is to focus on eliminating the diagnosis that are...