Online reviews unreliable; Imaging cuts irk docs;

> Considering converting to a cash-only practice? Medscape Today advises on how to ease in to a new model. Article

> Most online reviews are based on scores submitted by only 2.4 patients, suggesting results should be taken with a grain of salt, according to a study published in the Journal of Urology. Abstract

> With higher over-the-counter collections early in the year, it's important to review with your staff how to keep cash from walking away, American Medical News reported. Article

> Despite benefiting from Congress averting the 27 percent pay cut to Medicare reimbursement, physicians who own and operate MRI and CT scanners took a hard hit in the fiscal cliff deal, Medscape reported. Article

And Finally… Remember to check your pockets for gold before donating pants to Goodwill. Article

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