It is a known fact that in the RCM process every process and workflow in the medical billing cycle has a correlation with the revenue cycle function. This is known to contribute to an industry average of 15–25 percent of overall operating costs ( a large population of DME/HME companies continue to operate at 25–35 […]

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DME – Durable Medical Equipment is normally used for people with certain medical requirements and which could be for repeated use too. Moreover, DME can also be used at different times and could be just rented out for specific periods or for long term usage or for on a permanent basis. The complexities are many […]

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It is a well-known fact that DME billing can be nerve racking, given the changing regulations and rules not just by federal agencies but also payers. Moreover, the DME categorization and its usage given “medical necessity” and the pre-authorization and authorization requirements can be tedious and time consuming to incorporate when dealing with documentation. Hence, […]

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Durable Medical Equipment, as the name implies is medical equipment that is necessary for patients over a period for supportive medical care. Billing for DME is a complicated process that involves patient validation, getting prior authorizations for DMEs exceeding the allowed limit if rented or purchased, using correct forms for claims submission (electronic or paper), […]

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