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Would Dwindling Medicare and Medicaid Payment Rates Turn Providers to Private Insurance Beneficiaries?


 It is an irony that Medicare and Medicaid, which reimburse more than the half of the nation’s total health insurance, have come in for heavy flak by physicians, who claim to have lost considerable revenues that they could otherwise have … Continue reading

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How Healthcare Data Breaches Warrant the Intervention of Billing Specialists


 Technology has really done wonders to the way doctors or hospitals document and exchange healthcare data across the clinical eco-system – with the digital mode, it is now finitely possible to record unimaginable volumes of data in miniature chips, and … Continue reading

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Healthcare Systems Adopt Trend of Outsourcing in the New Era of Value-Based Care


 In the time when both, federal and provincial healthcare quality initiatives have come up with healthcare reforms, thus making EHR mandatory in order to avail the incentives under ARRA, the compliance with Medicare Medical Billing norms, demand of documentation under … Continue reading

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