Optimizing accounts receivable (AR) in medical practice demands rigorous attention to detail while making insurance claims.
The purpose of coding an E&M service in an inpatient setting is to justify the level of care provided to the patient in the form of codes.
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.
It is the force that propels patient-based care until the very end. More so, in a time where the quality of clinical records is tied to reimbursement, proper documentation
How is Telemedicine (Teletherapy) Changing the Business Landscape for Behavioral Practices? Should Your Practice Consider Offering this?
Impacts of Teletherapy on the Business Landscape for Behavioral Practices. Telemedicine has expanded the delivery of health services.
Patient engagement involves healthcare providers working with their patients to ensure health improvement. It is an effective healthcare decision to
If you’re looking to build up on your practice or set your house in order, here’s your luck. In this post, you’ll find all you need to know about account receivable, and more. Keep reading.
Handling the finances while also taking care of the patients can be a headache. Therefore, having an expert team trained to deal with medical billing and collection can be a rewarding investment for your practice.
Every healthcare provider is in an endless quest for finding means to improve healthcare revenue cycle management for their practice. Here are some ways
In this blog, we discuss the major challenges encountered in documentation and coding for pain management services and the solution to each challenge.