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Claim Reimbursement as per various Health Care Plans in The United States of America

There are a number of ways in which health insurance carriers provide coverage. Health insurance coverage can be quite complex, as it involves the coordination between a healthcare provider, the health insurance provider, and the actual person receiving care. Some … Continue reading

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Team based care model for better productivity

In an old-fashioned practice model, the physician is solely responsible for most, if not all of the work undertaking of his facility, which also involves charge entry, to medical billing and coding till the time of claims reimbursements. Sharing the … Continue reading

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How 340B payment cuts are affecting the oncology practice?

CMS released the proposed Outpatient Prospective Payment System – OPPS rule for 2018— which includes a major proposed cut for separately payable drugs purchased under the 340B program. The proposal would reduce reimbursement for separately payable Medicare Part B drugs … Continue reading

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Why Hospitals are Facing Shortage of Oncologists?

Growing Demand for Oncologists Technological advancements in medicine have resulted in age longevity of America’s already growing population. This has allowed an increase in the record number of cancer cases diagnosed every year along with number of survivors and deaths … Continue reading

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