Monthly Archives: September 2016

Strategies to save money on Podiatry medical billing

As the case is with numerous medical practices, Podiatry practitioners are also reeling under the increased pressure to enhance their revenue cycle, while diminishing their overhead. One of the best time sinks in a podiatry practice is error free billing and coding. And going by the … Continue reading

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Orthopedic Surgery Coding Challenges: The Top 5 Common Errors in Orthopedic Procedure Codes

Procedure coding in Orthopedic Surgery is very essential to avoid loss of revenue which can affect the Revenue Cycle Management (RCM). With implementation of the ICD-10 codes and the changing healthcare rules and regulations, orthopedic surgery procedure coding has become … Continue reading

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Pitfalls to Avoid in Urology Medical Billing

The first thing to remember in any medical practice, including urology, is that the financial backbone of your urology practice is directly correlated to stringent coding, timely billing, and account reimbursement Are you losing nearly 20 percent of your medical … Continue reading

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Why physicians in Ohio prefer outsourcing wound care billing?

Providing clinically eminent and cost effective wound care remains a goal, as well as a challenge to many physicians across Ohio and other parts of the U.S. The health industry has struggled with quality and cost issues for years, but … Continue reading

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Importance of Professional Podiatry Billing and Coding in Florida

  Does in-house billing eat up too much time in your practice? Are you overly dependent on a number of employees to bill for your practice? Or are you losing significant money with your billing and coding practices? Well, if your answer … Continue reading

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10 tips to improve your average days in A/R

The term ‘Accounts Receivable’, or A/R, refers to the money owed by payers, patients, or other guarantors to the practice, for services rendered and billed to them. An increase in A/R typically signifies troubles on the cash flows of the … Continue reading

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Is Outsourcing ENT Medical Billing a Right Decision?

There are several factors to be taken into account, in today’s ever changing scenario; by the healthcare providers as far as ENT practice billing is concerned. The first challenge is ensuring minimum or no denials for reimbursements, and keeping up … Continue reading

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