Monthly Archives: April 2015

Can Social Media help Practices to get more Patients and Enhance Care?

Practicing medicine in this “digital age” is quite an exciting prospect. Social media has transformed the way we communicate with each other. It has also made information easily available and has educated people a lot. Information is easily available and … Continue reading

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How to Prepare for the ICD 10 Deadline Without Blowing Your Budget?

Starting October 1 2015 , it will be mandatory for all the provider’s offices in United States to report their patients’ diagnoses applying the new ICD-10 coding. In other words, there will be a transition from the existing ICD-9 coding … Continue reading

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How to keep your Practice’s Accounts Receivable on Track

Based on the credible estimates by Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), practitioners fail to collect as much as 25% of their accounts receivables  on an average, owing to a host of reasons, particularly the various complicated rules of the Insurance … Continue reading

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3 Medical Billing Offers that can Improve your Practices Revenue

Is the AR follow-up procedure overlooked at your practice? If the answer is yes, your practice bottom line might be at risk. Even if you feel that our accounts receivable is running smoothly, there is a strong need to audit … Continue reading

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How to Improve Patient-Provider Relationship

As per a reliable study that addresses the impact of hospital services on consumers, as many as 79% of the patients were found to be dissatisfied with the hospital’s billing services. It had been further construed that with various reforms … Continue reading

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Three Changes that are Expected to Impact Physician’s Income in 2015

2015 is all set to bring more healthcare challenges and fewer income opportunities for the provider’s office. Rising drug prices, time consuming regulatory obligations, an aging population requiring high-value care and skyrocketing medical technology costs are, in fact, mere curtain … Continue reading

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Infographic: How to Appeal to the Connected Patient


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