Category Archives: Claims Denials

Why Physicians Consider ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) as Their Best Friend When Fighting Denials?

Established on September 2, 1974, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act is coded in the 29 USC, Chapter 18 and is a claimed federal law. As stated by this law, every individual is entitled to a sum of money after … Continue reading

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Adhering to These 3 ASC Billing Best Practices Can Streamline Your Revenue Cycle Management

Offering enhanced billing and coding practices ASCs improve consumer loyalty, however it additionally expands profits and diminishes losses. A standout amongst the best ASC best practices for guaranteeing better practices is to contract specialists in both billing and coding. If … Continue reading

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Merger and Acquisitions in Radiology Practice – How Will It Impact The Practice Revenue?

Radiology facilities are witnessing a positive growth over the past few years, however for quite a while now, mergers and acquisitions between practices have been a point of talk in radiology specialty. Despite the fact that there has not been … Continue reading

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5 Tricks in Medical Practice’s to Improve Your Accounts Receivable

Insurance companies are increasingly inventing complex and new set of rules for the medical procedure which has resulted into loads of denials and underpayment.  Doctors and pharmacist are increasingly finding it difficult under the ever-changing federal laws for practice and … Continue reading

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Are you able to avoid these common Ophthalmic Billing Rejections?

Working as an ophthalmic specialist has its own advantages and disadvantages. The plus point of being an Optometrist is that as a profession it’s a very decent industry for your growth as a practitioner, but the negative side of it … Continue reading

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5 Tricks in Medical Practice’s to improve your Accounts Receivable

Insurance companies are increasingly inventing complex and new set of rules for the medical procedure which has resulted into loads of denials and underpayment.  Doctors and pharmacist are increasingly finding it difficult under the ever-changing federal laws for practice and … Continue reading

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Is Ignorance in AR Management and Medical Coding Eating up Your Medical Practice’s Revenue?

Claims Reimbursement is the backbone of a medical practice, but the last five to ten years have been impacted by various trends and healthcare industry changes. To name a few, Medicare and Medicaid have started reducing physician reimbursements; Third-party payers … Continue reading

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