Charging Payers Interest on Unpaid Claims

As a healthcare provider, you probably deal with unpaid claims or delays in reimbursement commonly. This could be from the payer or insurance company delaying reimbursement, the patient exhausting benefits or perhaps certain services are limited or excluded from coverage. Claims follow up a standard process in practices. One way to ensure more prompt payment…

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Should You Add or Increase Cosmetic Dermatology Services?

Cosmetic dermatology continues to be a growing market. Each year, advances in products, techniques and procedures are made to give patients more effective, accessible results than before. Services ranging from injections to skin rejuvenation and laser hair removal or treatment of leg veins have become increasingly popular. If you focus on cosmetic services or have…

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Choose the Right EHR

To provide patients a modernized standard of care, electronic health records (EHR) have become a necessity. These systems are designed to advance practice organization and efficiency with care, as well as create effective patient engagement throughout all points of care. Whether you’re implementing an EHR for the first time or looking to switch to a…

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E&M Revisions for 2021 Now in Effect

Back in January, revisions to office and outpatient evaluation management (E&M) went into effect. Now, previous code calculations have been changed or removed altogether. With the revisions, codes are now calculated in two ways – time or medical decision making (MDM).1 These E&M revisions were made to reduce the administrative challenges created by documentation and…

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Building Strong Vendor Relationships

Whether it’s for supplies, equipment, technology or all of the above, vendors likely play a big role in your practice management and growth plans. You may have several different vendors you work with, so making the most out of each relationship while running your practice can be tricky. Likewise, your vendors are splitting their time…

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