Primary Care Physicians Can Earn More with Outsourcing

PCPs are Leaving Money on Table According to a recent study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, primary care physicians left a large amount of money on the table for services that were provided but not coded and billed. This research estimates that a single primary care physician could add $124,435 in preventative services […]


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What is accounts receivable turnover ratio?

The account receivable turnover ratio is referred as an important financial ratio to indicate the Ability of the company to collect its accounts receivable. When you are setting a benchmark to accelerate receipt of payment for services and then improve the processes to support the goal; you should consider the account receivable turnover ratio as […]


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If You Can Fill and Track These Reports, Your Practice Will Never Face Losses

Creating medical billing reports can help you diagnose the health of your practice. Reports can show you how your practice is performing on important revenue cycle metrics, whether claims are being paid in a timely fashion and how well insurance carriers are paying you for key procedures, among other things. These reports will provide you […]


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Identify Coding Pitfalls to Avoid Common Claim Errors

Coding errors accounted for 8.7 percent of improper payments made by Medicare in 2018, which cost over $2.75 billion. To avoid costly denials and potential payback demands, it’s essential to review code guidelines before submitting your claims. MBC helps many practices to pinpoint the coding issues so that there will be no  Common Claim Errors. […]


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AMA Releases 335 CPT Changes For 2019

The American Medical Association (AMA) announced the release of the 2019 Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) code set on 5th Sept 2018. There are 335 code changes in the new CPT edition reflecting the CPT Editorial Panel and the health care community’s combined annual effort to capture and describe the latest scientific and technological advances in […]


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Gastroenterology CPT and HCPCS Code Upgrades 2019

On September 5, 2018, the American Medical Association (AMA) released the 2019 CPT Code Set in an official press release. The main theme surrounding new codes, revised codes, and deleted codes is to increase specificity. This is a good time to understand what has changed and how it may affect your medical practice moving forward. […]


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Acquaint Yourself with 9 New HCPCS Modifiers

A modifier is a two-digit numeric or alphanumeric character reported with an HCPCS Modifiers code, when appropriate. Modifiers are designed to give Medicare and commercial payers additional information needed to process a claim. This includes HCPCS Level I (Physicians’ Current Procedural Terminology [CPT®]) and HCPCS Level II codes. A modifier provides the means by which […]


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How to Avoid Common Medical Billing Compliance Pitfalls?

There are several major issues facing compliance officers today, such as HIPAA, Stark Law, and Anti-kickback Statute issues, as well as many billing compliance issues. Billing issues continue to appear in federal government False Claims Act settlement agreements and government audit reports. Here, we’ll discuss incident-to and shared billing compliance pitfalls and focus on what […]


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