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Keeping Pace With The Changing Landscape Of Health Insurance

Against the backdrop of evolving technology and ever-changing insurance requirements, 2016 evokes hope as well as apprehensions for healthcare providers. A lot has changed in the past few months. While healthcare costs maintained a languid pace in the beginning of … Continue reading

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Why are Lesser Physicians Opting to Open an Individual Clinic?

It has been observed that a large number of physicians in the US are losing control over their professional lives. Increasing workload, payment cuts and rising costs of running a private practice are making them feel stressed and frustrated. Young … Continue reading

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How Specialized Billing Service Helps Prevail Over Unique Orthopedic Billing Challenges

Orthopedic billing has its own share of challenges that seem to get complex with changes in orthopedic-specific CPT codes and modifiers every year or as deemed fit whenever by the governing body for monitoring and recommending coding changes. Quite parallel … Continue reading

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How Vital Is an Effective and Efficient Medical Billing and Coding in Preserving Thoracic Surgery Practice Profitability?

Thoracic surgical specialty is one of those priority specialties that have always been in high demand across the 50 states in the U.S., and the forecast is for an increased incidence of thoracic surgical cases. While practitioners in thoracic surgical … Continue reading

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Denial Management – Integral to Physicians’ Conquering Reimbursement Challenges While Medical Billing

Denials are responsible for major erosion of practice revenues, and, despite the best efforts, denials continue to assume monstrous proportions. The situation has grown so alarming that: Medical practices fail to collect 25% of the money they are owed $125 … Continue reading

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How are Physicians Expected to Bill Post Implementation?

Even though ICD 9 and ICD 10 are very similar in many ways including the guidelines, rules and conventions used which consequently brings out similarity in the organization codes as well; ICD 10 is a product of many improvements done … Continue reading

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Managing Payer Denials, Cuts & Delays at Your Practice with a Medical Billing Service

An increasing cause of worry for almost every doctor in USA is payer denials and delays which invariably result in potential loss of revenue for the physicians. With the introduction of reimbursement cuts in medical bills, physicians and medical practitioners … Continue reading

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