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Countering the Phenomenon of Physician Shortage: Medical Reimbursements

“Consequently, physician reimbursements would largely depend on their ability to seamlessly process medical claims with either Medicare or private insurance carriers. But, with the reimbursement environment promising to be more vigilant and stringent than ever, physicians would find their medical … Continue reading

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Decoding Common Billing Blunders & Devising Ways To Quell Them

The growing incidence of delays, denials, audits, and resubmission of physicians’ medical bill claims is reason enough to have a relook at the way physicians’ services are billed and coded. In a medical insurance environment, characterized by stringent billing and … Continue reading

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Effective Patient Care versus Revenue Cycle Management: Physicians Perform a Balancing Act

Physicians in the U.S., despite ranking high for their medical competence, have never been able to fully realize and optimize their medical bill reimbursements owing to an increasingly complex health insurance system that has been constantly evolving, and characterized by: … Continue reading

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