Category Archives: Claims Denials

5 Services Offered by Your Medical Billing Company to Improve Your Practice

Whether to outsource your medical billing or to do it in-house is a difficult decision many practitioners face. However, it should be as easy as performing your own surgery. Medical billing requires a high set of skills, and in the … Continue reading

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ObGyn Billing Services in Texas: In-house or Outsourcing?

The debate on whether to choose in-house billing or outsourcing ObGyn RCM depends on a multitude of factors such as practice, time the business has been around, market size, and finances. As ObGyn billing and coding is the most crucial … Continue reading

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How Important is Error-Free Claims Processing to Improve Profitability of Your Practice?

According to research sources, poor medical billing practices in the US alone are estimated to leave approximately $125 billion on the table each year! The reasons for this can be embedded in an inefficient Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) process, which … Continue reading

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Medicare and DME- Know more

Did you know that since October 2013 physicians need to conduct a face-to-face interview with the proposed beneficiaries before ordering durable medical equipment? This is one of the rules specified by Medicare, which further clarifies the need to document the … Continue reading

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ICD-10 Coding- Will 2016 be any Different?

ICD-10 has been well into the system for four months now. Although a small percentage has reported issues with the transition, a majority have experienced a smooth transition.  While this is certainly good news for the healthcare industry, it probably … Continue reading

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