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Checklist to Ensure HIPAA Compliance at Your Practice

Each passing day brings an increasing need for cybersecurity and improved security compliance in the medical industry.

7 Ways to Ramp Up Your Billing and Collections

No matter the size of your practice, billing and collections play a large role in a physician’s ability and capacity to offer care to their patients.

What Providers Should Know About Chronic Care Management

Chronic Care Management (CCM) Services were introduced by the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) in 2015 in an effort to aid patients battling multiple chronic conditions.

Understanding Medical Billing for Behavioral Health

The field of behavioral health is unlike any other. Diagnoses surrounding mental health are more delicate and difficult to understand, yet are equally important to the overall health of a patient.

The Impact of Surprise Medical Billing

Surprise medical billing is a large issue being discussed across the country regarding the cost of medical care for patients.

5 Healthcare Data Security Threats to Watch for in 2020

As more and more of our healthcare processes transition to digital formats, the threat towards healthcare data security increases.

5 Tactics to Increase Your Medical Practice Revenue

Your medical practice revenue is driven, impacted, and influenced by a multitude of different factors. A few of the main contributors being claims management, patient payments, and your in-house billing workflow.

CollaborateMD Holiday and New Year’s Hours

One of the real joys this holiday season is the opportunity to say THANK YOU to all of our clients for their loyalty to CollaborateMD. We wish you the very best holiday and a Happy New Year filled with health, happiness, and spectacular success!

Goals for 2020: Smart Ways to Address Your Revenue Cycle Management

The revenue cycle starts when your patient first schedules an appointment and ends when their balance is paid in full. It is a complex system that is built of many different influencing factors, each of which can be broken down and improved.

How to Improve your Denial Management Process in 2020

Denied claims are a reality for every medical provider in the United States. While complete elimination of denied claims may not be practical, providers can get close.


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