As practices, hospitals, and other medical organizations start to reopen to non-emergent/elective cases, providers must take the necessary steps to protect themselves and their patients.
Telehealth has had a large impact on the way providers across the country deliver care to their patients.
Providers everywhere are battling revenue impacting denials and searching for ways to minimize them, whenever possible.
For practices with multiple providers, top-of-the-line billing software is a necessity. Quality billing technology can help your practice achieve record-high clean claims and collect more on patient balances.
Since the beginning of March 2020, healthcare organizations across the nation have had to close their doors or set restrictions on the number of in-person visits to their practice.
Starting in April, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) began introducing over 80 new reimbursable Telehealth services for Medicare Members.
Remote technology has been one of the most exciting and useful developments in how care is delivered to patients in recent years.
Providers everywhere are weighing whether or not they want to implement an entirely new Electronic Health Record at their practice.
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