Month: December 2011

  • Strategic Realignment to Affordable Care Organization Model – providers perspective

    “While physicians embark on such transformational healthcare model, their quantum of Medicare reimbursement, and its amicable distribution among themselves is sure going to be complex issue. Given such complex calculation on Medicare reimbursements and qualifying incentives, an external medical billing services that is best acquainted with Medicare environment becomes more…

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  • single payer system vermont

    Vermont: State with Single payer system “Single-payer health system” which was passed in May 2011 by the Vermont governor, expects to accumulate savings of 24.3% of total health expenditure between 2015 and 2024, according to Harvard economist William Hsiao. Vermont is to be the first state in USA to implement…

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  • Dealing with overpayments in your practice

    “Simple it might seem, yet given the time and the resources that such monitoring and reporting eventually consumes, physician practices can find it hard to take up such intensive scrutiny amidst the overriding challenge of keeping their medical service quality benchmarked to the perennially raising medical standards. All such apprehensions…

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  • Shortage of Chiropractic physicians in US

    Chiropractic Physicians in the US: A Brief Analysis and Outlook Chiropractors in the United States currently face numerous challenges and the recent health reforms have made a profound impact on this occupation. Moreover, the competition that it faces from other alternative medicinal specialties such as acupuncture, physical therapy, and massage…

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