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.
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.
When it comes time to collect payment for services, healthcare providers have it different than many other service industries.
The new year is approaching, and providers everywhere are asking the question. What medical billing trends are we facing in 2020 and should they make any changes at their practice to adjust?
The focus on any practice is to offer high-quality patient care, but it takes much more than that to run one successfully.
In today’s digital marketing age, a strong brand presence is vital to maintaining and running a successful business. Co-Branding is one way to reinforce your brand and stay top of mind with your audience. So, what is co-branding?
The end of the year is a busy time of year for many medical providers, and it is important to stay one step ahead and start planning for the next year. Finding methods to boost your medical practice revenue can be difficult when you have so much on your plate.
Behavioral health specialists have a unique set of clinical distinctions that set them apart from other medical specialties.
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