Providing Non-Essential Services Using Virtual Care

In March of 2020, the CDC asked physicians to provide non-essential care with virtual care in order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure. But now post-pandemic landscape, many physicians have adopted virtual solutions in order to provide quality care for marginally healthy groups. Virtual care gives physicians risk-free, reliable ways to offer non-essential care […]


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How Providers can improve telehealth for COVID-19?

Healthcare providers implemented telehealth for COVID-19 pandemic widely in the US. According to 2019 Health Center Program Data, 43% of health centers were capable of providing telemedicine (it is a part of telehealth), compared with 95% of the health centers that reported using telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic. While the largest increase in the use […]


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Common challenges facing by physicians in 2021

Today physicians whether they own their practice or are employed by a hospital or larger health system are facing many challenges in the day-to-day routine. These common challenges include “How to use the EMR efficiently and getting paid”, overburden with administrative requirements, staffing, burnout, etc. despite their devotion to the practice of medicine and the […]


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Virtual Care Challenges in 2021

COVID-19 affected the healthcare system badly in 2020 hence there is an immense opportunity for the payers and stakeholder collaborators to rebuild the healthcare system into a more effective and consumer-centric system in 2021. Virtual care is a broad term and it comprises various ways that healthcare providers are using remotely interact with their patients. […]


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Recovering patient volume amidst covid-19

Covid-19 affects the healthcare industry especially medical practices that experienced a negative financial impact directly or indirectly. For example- according to the Medical Group Management Association, there is a 60% decrease in patient volume since the beginning of COVID-19. Lockdown in the US forced patients to stay indoors due to which many patients delayed or canceled […]


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How to reduce hospital claim denial rates in 2021?

The recent COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated claim denials from payers. According to a recent analysis, the average rate of claim denial is increasing by 23 percent in 2020 compared to four years ago. Faults related to missing or invalid claim data, which included unspecified billing issues, missing or invalid explanation of benefits, and service not […]


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Implementation of Time-Driven Costing in Healthcare

The high level of spending on healthcare in the United States has been under increasing scrutiny for a long time. The realization that growth in health care spending in the US has outpaced growth in inflation, population, and GDP has intensified the concern of the federal government, providers, healthcare consumers, and payers. The lack of […]


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Newly Added CPT Code for Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine

On 19th Jan 2020, the American Medical Association (AMA) added new CPT codes (91302 and 0031A) for Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine, a division of Johnson & Johnson. Janssen is a single-dose COVID-19 vaccine which is 4th vaccine to get unique CPT codes for documentation and billing. The new CPT codes will be effective for use on […]


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