Choosing Desired Medical Billing Company for Your Practice

Outsourcing your revenue cycle operations to a medical billing company is the right move toward securing the financial stability of your practice. But choosing any medical billing company could cost more headaches than benefits. Medical Billers and Coders is a leading medical billing company providing complete medical billing and coding services. While interacting with our […]


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Importance of A/R Follow up in Medical Billing

A/R Follow-up in Medical Billing Medical billing is a complicated process that requires special skills in medical billing, coding, denial, and AR management from experienced and well-trained staff. The financial health and success of any medical practice are dependent on maintaining positive cash flow. In order to provide patient care and cover expenses, it’s important […]


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Outsourcing Your Medical Billing Operations in Year 2022

Unique Medical Billing Operations in the Year 2022 With a considerable number of claims being denied, most medical practices have struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recently, Apollo Healthcare has published its finding on how physicians are coping with the unique challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the ‘2022 Apollo Healthcare Predictions Report’, US doctors […]


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7 Signs That Shows You Need Professional Help in Medical Billing

As a medical billing company when we talk with providers, we noticed, most of them are under a lot of pressure and feel burnout. This pressure is due to continuously changing payer policies and reimbursement guidelines; proper documentation; ever-increasing claim denials; increased accounts receivables; struggle to retain expert billing staff, and many other activities related […]


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ICD-10 Codes for Myocardial Infarction (Type 1 and Type 2)

Myocardial Infarction has defined six types of MI. The two most commonly encountered are type 1 (primarily due to CAD) and type 2 (primarily due to myocardial supply/demand mismatch). For these two types, MI is defined as myocardial necrosis identified by a rise and/or fall of cardiac biomarkers to or from a level greater than […]


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Billing Medicare for Assistant at Surgery

An Assistant at Surgery is a provider who actively assists the physician in charge of a case in performing a surgical procedure. A physician, nurse practitioner, physician assistant, or clinical nurse specialist who is authorized to provide such services under state law can serve as a surgery. Medicare considers advanced registered nurse practitioners (ARNP), physician […]


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Avoiding Medicare/Medicaid Crossover Claims Rejections

If your Medicaid crossover claims are rejecting it may be due to the address you have on file with Medicare and Medicaid. When Medicare crosses over your claim to Medicaid, address fields like Master address and Pay-to (or remit address) are submitted. If Medicaid does not have the same addresses in their file, Medicaid will […]


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2019 NCCI update impact on medical billing and coding

NCCI – National Correct Coding Initiative promotes the correct coding methodologies. Furthermore, it controls inappropriate coding leading to wrong payments in Part B claims. The CMS annually updates the National Correct Coding Initiative Coding Policy Manual for Medicare Services. The Coding Policy Manual should be utilized by carriers and FIs as a general reference tool […]


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