While insurance payer reimbursements should be straight forward, they are often the most complicated and tedious aspect of your billing process.
While the climate of reimbursements and patient payments is always shifting, providers everywhere have found the solution to receive timely returns.
Traditionally, patient intake was the gathering of patient health information, completed by pen and paper.
Outsourcing medical billing at your practice may be exactly what you need to grow your revenue and shift the focus back to what matters most, the patients.
House calls are once again a reality, but not in the way you’re thinking. Telehealth has changed how patients interact with their physicians, making home access and alternative visits available in 2020.
It is incredibly important that your practice is keeping up with the changes that have taken place in regard to the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) in 2020. Keep reading to understand MIPS and what has changed for the 2020 final rule for the Quality Payment Program.
For practice who are still managing their billing in-house, it may be time to make the switch and outsource medical billing services to a qualified vendor. Doing so will not only address the issues you may be having with your billing department but will make a lasting impact on your
As more patients opt for High Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs), providers are seeing a rise in patient responsibility balances.
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