Monthly Archives: September 2014

Get Rid of Common Medical Billing Errors to Avoid Audits

Every business wants to reduce the number of problems they are likely to face in an audit. As they say, prevention is better than cure; audit errors are blunders that are hard to get rid of. Nevertheless, they aren’t irreparable! … Continue reading

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Engaging Patients through Social Media

Social media has had a transformational impact on the US healthcare industry. Payers as well as healthcare professionals are making use of smartphones and tablets to engage with patients through this platform. This has brought tremendous change in the outcomes … Continue reading

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ICD-10 Testing Weeks Set – Is Your Practice Prepared?

The Justify for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently announced ICD-10 testing weeks, leading into the implementation of the new coding system in 2015. There will be three testing weeks, viz., November 17 to 21, 2014, March 2 to 6, … Continue reading

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Is Your Staff Trained to Use the Latest Medical Technology?

Patient safety issues can arise if doctors implement a new technology without adequate analysis of how their staff will interact with the new devices. It is not a new medical device that is problematic always but how the new technology … Continue reading

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