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How Can Outsourcing Help Better Position Your Practice for Pay-for-Performance?

Pay-for-performance programs are a great way of rewarding health care providers but do you have the time and resources to make your medical practice eligible for such rewards? There is no doubt that these programs provide encouragement to doctors and … Continue reading

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Keeping your Clinical Focus Intact with Analysis-Backed AR Management Solutions

Every year physicians in the U.S. lose thousands of dollars in the form bad debts. These so called bad debts are Account Receivables that have surpassed the admissible time limit or deemed impossible to be followed up. Once Account Receivables … Continue reading

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Increasing Revenue through HIPAA Compliant Practices

HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), which was first enacted in 1996 to improve the efficiency of healthcare delivery, has come to be recognized as the standard for  electronic data interchange (EDI), security, and confidentiality of all healthcare-related data.  … Continue reading

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How do modifiers increase your AR by more than 60 days?

The number of days a physician’s takes to collect their receivables is a good indicator of how well the physician’s clinic is collecting its accounts receivables. Industry standards state that organizations which were considered as “better-performing medical practices” – excelled … Continue reading

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How aging reports aid in realizing Account Receivables

Notwithstanding the importance of flawless coding in maximizing healthcare insurance reimbursements from insurance carriers, it is the Account Receivable Management (A/R Management) that proves decisive in either making or breaking your chances of mitigating denial or delay of your medical … Continue reading

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