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How Improving Your Wound Care Delivery Benefit The Entire Facility?

Submitted by • September 27, 2019

A collaborative organization structure is beneficial toward improving quality and patient satisfaction for wound care billing services than a fragmented organizational structure. And as wound care involves inpatient, outpatient, technology, skilled nursing facilities, healthcare facilities, and private practitioners, co-ordination is integral to achieving ...

CPT Changes For OB-GYNs In 2019

Submitted by • September 26, 2019

With the new 2019 ICD-10-CM code set now available, we know that there have been more than 740 different changes. More than 30 of the changes for 2019 actually apply to Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB-Gyn) correction, from changes and updates ...

Why Your Chiropractic Practice Needs Outsource Billing?

Submitted by • September 4, 2019

As a successful chiropractic practitioner, you may get exasperated at times with your facilities monthly or quarterly bottom line. Monetary reimbursement from insurance companies or patients may not be coming in as quickly as it used to. This means most ...

Basics For OB/GYN Billings

Submitted by • July 26, 2019

The global obstetric (OB) code should be billed whenever one practitioner or practitioners of the same group provide all components of the patient’s obstetrical care, including; 4 or more antepartum visits, delivery, and postpartum care. The number of antepartum visits ...

Relieving Regulatory Burdens On Small Practices And Solo Providers

Submitted by • July 16, 2019

Regulatory burdens on small practices and solo providers have never been greater, including MIPS/MACRA, HIPAA, patient-centric engagement, as well as the need to comply with fee-for-service and value-based care contract requirements.


Submitted by • June 6, 2019

An updated database of over 600 articles and counting gives you rich information about the following topics. These can keep you updated and also take some informed decisions irrespective of whether you are a small provider or an established head ...

What Is An Ideal Denial Percentage? Yes, There Will Always Be Some Denials

Submitted by • May 22, 2019

The denial rate represents the percentage of claims denied by payers during a given period and quantifies the effectiveness of your revenue cycle management process. A low denial rate indicates a healthy cash flow.

Essential Tips For Handling Cardiology Coding And Billing

Submitted by • April 25, 2019

Cardiology billing and coding comes with multiple procedure rules, complex contractual adjustments, and codes that change regularly. CPT code assignment has the potential to be challenging, particularly when modifiers are used, and staying up to date with new codes, code revisions, and ...

CAQH And Insurance Credentialing

Submitted by • April 19, 2019

The mission of CAQH is to improve health care access and quality for patients, and at the same time, reduce the paperwork and hassle for health care providers and their office staff. The objective is to only fill out your ...

Increasing Patient Retention

Submitted by • March 7, 2019

The term “patient retention” makes you feel that you are a marketing guy. But the truth is, marketing has become a necessary skill if you want to stay afloat and prosper- whether you are an insurance carrier, hospital, or private ...