Monthly Archives: April 2013

Streamlined Medical Billing and Coding Helps Increase Physicians Revenue

Are denials, ignored or lost claims, inaccurate coding and underpayments making it difficult for you to collect the revenue you have earned? Physicians have a busy schedule and with the doctor patient ratio getting disproportionate across the US, handling the … Continue reading

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Do Medical Billing Reports Work as a tool for your Profitability?

With ever changing healthcare regulations and evolving high tech healthcare industry, the profitability of your practice can vary dramatically based on how attentive you are to your medical billing reports. Medical billing involves payment for your services by the patient … Continue reading

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Inevitability of the Electronic Radiology Practice and Its Effect on Radiology Billing

The advent of digital technology has been quite a boon to healthcare industry, more so to radiology, whose role in clinical diagnosis and planning the right course of medical intervention continues to be more critical than ever before. Physicians and … Continue reading

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Healthcare Regulatory Compliance to Sway Medical Practitioners from Patient Care?

Medical practitioners, whose immediate concern has been quality patient care or clinical excellence, may be swayed away by a compelling healthcare regulatory compliance. ;While regulatory compliance may have been designed to rationalize the entire healthcare delivery, optimize medical expenditure, and … Continue reading

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Are Medical Practices Moving Forward at the Same Pace as Healthcare Reforms?

Healthcare Reforms or Obamacare that had been facing a few political hurdles may have finally broken through all shackles and assumed greater acceleration. While healthcare reforms or Obamacare are largely perceived to pro-patient, physicians or medical practices have no option … Continue reading

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Billing Specialists to Look After Major Billing Issues Likely to Be Faced By Radiologists in 2013

Radiologists, who have been striving to maintain a balance between diagnostic priorities and operational compliance, may well find pulled further into a host of billing and compliance issues throughout 2013: To begin with, they will have to discern the vital … Continue reading

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Efficient Billing Practice to Aid Physicians amidst Continual Coding Revisions, and Avert the Possibility of Denials

Amongst the possible reasons for denials, coding inadequacies seem to have a major impact. Because codes quantify and qualify physicians’ medical services for medical reimbursements from payers, any inherent coding error, miscoding, over or under-coding can lead to denials upon … Continue reading

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