Tag Archives: Internal Medicine billing

How to Alter Your RCM Process to Adapt to ACO Requirements


 An ACO (Accountable Care Organization) is formed by a group of healthcare providers in coordination to provide treatment and care for a certain group of patients. The main aim of an ACO is to maximize quality and simultaneously reduce costs … Continue reading

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How to Prevent Shrinking Bottom-Line With A Streamlined Internal Medicine Billing Process


 Many Internal medicine practices in the US face the challenge of a shrinking bottom-line; mainly due to the diverse aspects of the specialty – diagnostic, preventive and curative. Internal medicine treatment has a collaborative nature where the treatment episode depends … Continue reading

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Internists Handle New Regulations and Coding Changes in 2013 with Efficient Medical Billing


 According to CMS, internal medicine physicians will be enjoying an increase in reimbursement rates this year. However, along with this 2013 has brought in a series of regulatory changes for internists to deal with, which most internal medicine physicians are … Continue reading

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Efficient Medical Billing and Coding Is an Essential for Internal Medicine Practice’s Maintaining Profitability


 Financial stability and profitability is becoming a rising concern for all medical practitioners with the ongoing changes that the healthcare industry is experiencing. Increased patient walk-ins, reduced Medicare reimbursements, declining collections and coding complexities are making bottom lines diminish for … Continue reading

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