We are already more than 2 months into 2020 and some of the practice management challenges that providers were facing in 2019 are still impacting independent medical practices today.
Medical expenses continue to exist as an overwhelming and mysterious entity to patients who do not fully understand their coverage or fail to prepare for medical spending each year.
Chronic Care Management plays a significant role in patient outcomes and their improved quality of life.
Each passing day brings an increasing need for cybersecurity and improved security compliance in the medical industry.
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.
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.
As more and more of our healthcare processes transition to digital formats, the threat towards healthcare data security increases.
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.
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