Category Archives: Wound Care Billing

Are your RCM Services Complementing Wound Care Practice Bottom Line?

It has been stated time and again that billing is the mainstay of every wound care program. Errors in billing can impact the bottom line quite drastically and must be avoided at all costs. Gathering demographic and insurance information at … Continue reading

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How can woundcare nursing change your life?

The image of nursing has come a long way from the Florence Nightingale. Traditionally and generically, nurses have more than often been regarded as the healers of the medical world – healing patients with comforting words, tending their wounds and … Continue reading

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Tips to Successfully Overcome Documentation Issues for Wound Care Procedures

Wound care physicians are frequently astonished at “How tons of documentation in a patient’s healthcare record can result in a precarious situation?” Documentation issues related to wound care billing procedures are many; however, jotting down the right codes with eligible … Continue reading

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Are Wound care centers maintaining Profits with Medicare Alone?

Many of the present day Wound Care Centers (WCCs) provide patients a specialized level of care using various wound care procedures that are managed by Qualified Healthcare Professionals (QHPs) from different specialty fields like medicine, podiatry, and plastic surgery. However, … Continue reading

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How do Wound care center efficiencies energize growth?

There are developing numbers of wound care centers being opened in the United States. Their emergence signifies the need for more patient centric chronic wound centers that deal with minor to major bodily injuries. A methodical approach to deal with the improvement … Continue reading

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