A professional DME facilities and billing workflow ensures to have increase revenue. With errors and mistakes in your DME billing, the process for claims management is hindered and thereby the Accounts Receivable (AR) collections have a deep impact overall reducing the healthy cash inflows. So what are the best practices to optimize your AR […]

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  As per industry research, thousands of dollars are lost in mishandling and unpaid claims in numerous fields of healthcare, including Durable Medical Equipment (DME). Added to this is the multifaceted billing and coding procedures, and the claim requirements of Medicare, Medicaid and other private insurance companies. To ensure accurate reimbursements and timely revenues, it […]

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  Going outsource from your local demographics to attain higher return on investment is the latest trend engulfing healthcare units, clinics, hospitals and outpatient facilities in the U.S. Partnering medical billing agencies help Physicians to effectively survive and make an impact in tough economic clout, as they are specialists in resolving delayed payment issues, lagging […]

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The Durable Medical Equipment (DME) industry is one of the most complex and continually evolving enterprises. While, there are some facilities which have a dedicated in-house accounts department, but most of DME practices today favor to outsource their billing, coding and revenue requirements to professional medical billers and coders. Getting all your charge entries streamlined […]

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DME facility is majorly dependent on the mandates and regulations set by federal government.  The recent news of DME facilities overlooking the patient safety and the reselling Home Medical Equipment (HME) has pushed the states to look for the law to curb irregular treatment of patients. This has further complicated the compliance issues driving down […]

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Medicare helps pay for specific medical equipment that you may need for your medical practice. However, Medicare rules for coverage are strict and can be confusing. Durable Medical Equipment (DME) widely known as DME is reusable medical equipment, such as walkers, wheelchairs, or crutches. If you have Medicare Part B, Medicare covers certain medically necessary […]

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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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