Pennsylvania MGMA Matters Newsletter
The Pennsylvania MGMA newsletter, PA MGMA Matters, is distributed to all members. It contains valuable information for medical practices and is the premiere resource for medical practice professionals. The due date for content which includes advertisements is listed on our web site calendar.
The Pennsylvania MGMA Membership & Member Benefits Committee welcomes articles for consideration. Information presented in an article must have significance and relevance to medical practices. There are three types of articles accepted. They are: Feature Article, Informational Article and Ask an Expert. An author whose work is printed will receive a complimentary electronic copy of PA MGMA Matters in which the article appears. All articles are to be submitted in MS Word or similar format to our Executive Director.
A feature article will appear at the start of the newsletter and have the cover photo tied into it. The article can be about personal performance, professional development or practice management. It must be no greater than two pages of text [approximately 1,400 words]. The article cannot be an explicit promotion of a company, product or service. It can be a case study and include relevant information about a product line [as compared to a specific product]. SPECIFICATIONS: Approximately 1,400 words; Title; Author's name; Author's practice/company, title, and any certification; Brief biography with contact information; A clear and digital head shot.
An informational article is considered to be half to one full page in size and relevant to the business side of practice management. For example, an update on Retirement Plans, Payer Updates, ADA, e-Prescribing, Vendor Relationships. SPECIFICATIONS: Approximately 700 words; Title; Author's name; Author's practice/company, title, and any certification; Brief biography with contact information; A clear and digital head shot.
Ask an Expert
Typically, these half-page articles are provided by professionals in the fields of accounting, banking, finance, legal, compliance, and coding who receive questions from medical practice professionals, or who know medical practice professionals who are 'afraid to ask'. A series of four to six questions with a response should be submitted. SPECIFICATIONS: Subject area; Author's name; Author's practice/company, title, and any certification; Brief biography with contact information; A clear and digital head shot.
Industry suppliers are welcome to advertise in PA MGMA Matters
. Detailed information can be found on our Sponsorship