(AP) Quinndary Weatherspoon had a career-high 27 points to lead Mississippi State to an 85-76 victory over Morehead State Thursday at Humphrey Coliseum. Weatherspoon had 15 points in the second half as the Bulldogs (8-3) overcame a 10-point halftime deficit. Weatherspoon also set a career-high with 10 made field goals on 17 attempts from the floor. I.J. Ready had 19 points for Mississippi State and Aric Holman added 12. Xavier Moon led Morehead State with 22 points while Lamontray Harris had 20 points and Jordan Walker 10 for the Eagles. The first half featured six ties and three lead changes in the first six minutes. But Morehead State used a 13-4 run midway through the first half to grab control. The Eagles (3-9) shot 57 percent in the first half, including a 5-of-10 showing on 3 pointers, and held a 41-31 halftime advantage. Meanwhile, Mississippi State shot just 44 percent in the first half and made just 1 of 8 beyond the arc.
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All the medications the senior is taking should be evaluated, and standardized tests used to assess cognition. Efforts to elicit the patients goals and values need to occur in the context of advance planning, and a care plan must be crafted and shared with caregivers. Medicare will pay $238.30 for the initial assessment and additional fees for creating a care plan and performing care management. Hopefully, this will kick start the development of practices that provide these dementia-related services, said Dr. Robert Zorowitz, senior medical director at OptumCare CarePlus, a managed Medicare long-term care program in New York City. Care Between Patient Visits Until now, the rule has been: if the doctor is with a patient, he can bill for his time. But if he takes home medical records to review at night or talks by phone with a caregiver whos concerned about her elderly mother, that time goes unpaid. ResourcesThat will change next year: Medicare will begin paying $113.41 for the first hour spent in these kind of activities and $54.55 for every subsequent half hour. read this post hereFor the first time, this recognizes the significant and valuable services that physicians perform in between face-to-face visits, said Dr.
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