Denial Management – Are you watching your denials? Take these preventive measures to maximize your reimbursements
A claim denial is when your health insurance refuses to pay the claim submitted. This will affect the financial health of your practice
Here we will look at the characteristics and responsibilities that are executed by front office staff to keep your practice reputation and financial health safe.
Importance of Checking Patient’s Eligibility and Benefits with the Evolvement of Multiple Insurance Sub Plans
The consequences of not verifying eligibility often lead to increased costs for the patient and you
Here we list 12 points that a physician or an institute should focus on to maximize reimbursements.
As much as there are reasons and benefits to pre-authorization, it has come under so many criticisms. The following are some of the threats pre-authorization pose on practice.
When renegotiating the contract, you should use these tactics to improve your chances of successfully renegotiating the contract for your own benefit.
Planning to Outsource Your Medical Billing? 15 Things You Must Ask Your Billing Vendor for Successful Transition of In-house Billing Operations
Evaluating your medical billing vendor before outsourcing their services is key to the success of your project for your practice.
Credentialing: Best Practices That You Should Adopt For Successful Enrollment Into Insurance Panels That Includes All Sub plans
Credentialing with medical insurance companies is a significant step to gain inclusion into insurance payment panels.
Optimizing accounts receivable (AR) in medical practice demands rigorous attention to detail while making insurance claims.
The No Surprises Act is the outcome of efforts to reform payments for health needs. This blog explains all you need to know about the Act and its impact on your practice.