Category Archives: OB Gyn Billing

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 … Continue reading

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Why New York Physicians prefer Outsourcing Ob Gyn Billing?


 The US is ranked 60th in the world for maternal mortality which is associated with chronic conditions that affect woman of reproductive age and common obstetric complications. Moreover, the maternal morbidities are even more given the ever increasing obesity, hypertensive … Continue reading

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6 Tips for Easy OB / GYN Medical Billing


 Obstetricians are specialist physicians in pregnancy and postpartum, gynaecologists are the one who specialize in female reproductive system. The health conditions that both these specialties deal with are diverse and diagnosing and treating them definitely involves a lot of detailing … Continue reading

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Tips for Ob-Gyn Medical Billing


 Many Ob-Gyn specialists are facing medical billing and coding difficulties due to 2014 Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) and Medicare code changes. These changes include a clarification of who should be billing discharge-day management, new codes for image guided fluid drainage, … Continue reading

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Inaccurate Documentation- Common Problem in OB GYN Billing


 Are your coders performing coding operations using incomplete documentation? In order to process insurance claim reimbursement in a speedy manner, coding for diagnosis and treatment procedures is usually done with unfinished documentation. Missing information results in inaccurate coding, causing revenue … Continue reading

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OB GYN Practices Hiring Billing Specialists to Handle ICD-10 Transition


 Transition to ICD-10 is going to increase work pressure for OB GYN practices. The new coding system will have twice as many obstetrical codes as ICD-9, adding specificity to the characterization of obstetrical conditions. An organized approach will be required … Continue reading

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How Can Streamlined Billing Reduce Underpayment for OB GYN Practice?


  OB GYN practices are comprised of gynecologists and obstetricians and this creates room for unusual billing errors. In comparison to typical medical billing, underpayment is more common in OB GYN practices. This is due to the rules that surround … Continue reading

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