Best Practices for Ensuring Compliance in Healthcare Billing

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Optimizing billing, coding, and A/R management workflows is crucial to the success of any healthcare revenue cycle. However, tying together each function is one vital component that can make or break your bottom line: compliance. Despite best efforts, many billing teams struggle to appropriately code and bill for complex charges while balancing the countless other…

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A Practice Roadmap for Orthopaedic Revenue Cycle Management

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Revenue cycle management (RCM) is the backbone of practice success. However, the revenue cycle is notoriously difficult to manage and optimize in orthopaedic practices, with threats to revenue growth hiding around every corner. Shielding your bottom line from revenue loss is no simple task, but the best place to start is an end-to-end assessment of…

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Is Your Billing Process Driving Patients Away?

It’s no secret that a disjointed billing process can wreak havoc on your bottom line, but have you considered how a poor billing process also affects your patients? According to the 2021 Healthcare Consumer Experience Study, your patients are more aware of your billing inefficiencies than you may think. Among the 1,500+ patients surveyed, 93%…

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Billing for COVID Recovery Clinics: A How To Guide

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The Rise of COVID Recovery Clinics As the world becomes more familiar with the long-term effects of COVID-19 each and every day, so too are physicians becoming more familiar with the complications that arise for many individuals. Surprise has come, too, even for those individuals who have had mild cases of COVID-19, as even some…

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COVID-19 Billing: 7 FAQs Answered

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At the beginning of March, CMS developed a new medical code in an effort to increase testing and track new cases of COVID-19. If you still have questions, take a moment to read through our FAQ.

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