Reduce Cardiology Denials with Proper Documentation

Importance of Proper Documentation in Cardiology Billing A lot of cardiology claims got denied due to improper and incomplete documentation. It’s really frustrating not to receive insurance reimbursement for the delivered services, though you completed all steps in cardiology medical billing. While focussing on billing and coding guidelines, sometimes cardiologists might not maintain proper documentation. […]

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Cardiology Billing Guidelines Made Easier With Coding Alert

This year with the new cardiology Billing and guidelines, cardiologists are in a tight spot. Furthermore; CMS lowers the reimbursement as part of its multiple procedure payment reductions for imaging services. This will lead to a reduction of 22% on the technical modules of the lower-priced services. It is imperative to have the right coding […]

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Claim Reimbursement as per various Health Care Plans

There are a number of ways in which health insurance carriers provide coverage. Health Care plans 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 of the methods of coverage include managed care, indemnity policies, and high-deductible plans. […]

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HOW TO DO BILLING FOR MEDICARE AND MEDICAID?

Just like when you bill to the private third-party payer, billers must send claims to Medicare and Medicaid. These claims are very similar to the claims you’d send to a private third-party payer, with a few notable exceptions. When you claim for Medicare and Medicaid, there is no need to go through a clearinghouse for […]

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Implementation of intensive care unit strategy for oncology

Cancer patients admitted to an emergency or intensive care unit (ICU) have some critical requirement of basic care needs because of their unknown illness; time-point in the treatment plan and treatment-related deadliness resulting in organ damage, hemodynamic infection, or blood contamination. Over the past two decades, therapeutic advances have reshaped not just the medical approach […]

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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 workload With the team care model, however, the physician and clinical assistant share these responsibilities. […]

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Managing different situations at a family practice

Family Practice is an intermediate between the patient and a specialty doctor. As most of the family practice doctors today are trying to grip around different factors of billing and regulation there has been no easy solution for them. Strife is a developing concern in the current family practice setup and is very much perceived […]

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5 Tips For Improving Your Cardiology Billing

Cardiology billing is going through a pool of changes keeping in mind the future of American healthcare. The new cardiovascular codes for 2018, bundled payment, billing compliance, and federal compliance to regulating medical billing. The recent reorganization of billing laws with bundled payment and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would mean that we would need […]

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Cardiologist Need Tech To Reduce Revenue Burnout

The recent survey just revealed that cardiologists in the USA spend about 6 hours a day on EHR-related activities and 5 hours on their practice and 3 additional hours outside the office. This has become a serious concern about the growing burden of the influx of the workflow results in burnout and in major cases […]

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Medicare and Cardiology: The New Data Avalanche

The data which was released by Medicare on Wednesday had some new insights on Cardiology related details. The news was shortly picked up by the avalanche of reports. It is no surprise that Cardiology ranks 3rd on the New York Times list of receiving a total number of payments which was highest paid one – […]

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