Category Archives: Claims Denials

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, … 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 … 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 … Continue reading

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Medicare & Medicaid Billing


  A biller’s most important task is to send ‘clean’ claims to Medicare and Medicaid. Though both are high-volume payers, they perform differently in the US healthcare system. In 1965, Medicare (a federal healthcare program) was created to target persons … Continue reading

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Your ICD-10 Goals for 2016


  Come 2016 and the medical fraternity is close to panicking, worrying about the plethora of regulations that will certainly herald the new year with. However, everything is not as bad as it seems, and the world is certainly not … Continue reading

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