DME service

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    Advantages of Online Durable Medical Equipment’s Shops

    It’s estimated that even more people will opt into online durable medical equipment’s and supply for the delivery.  Since 2007, the industry has nearly doubled in size, with more people choosing it as their primary method for getting supplies; it has been witnessing a constant rise in DME billing too. The increase in in-home care has also led to more need for convenient supply access.  For many, the advantages of brick-and-mortar retailers are just too great to ignore. The industry is also set to go on growing at a six percent rate for the next couple of years. Are there any advantages to buying my medical supplies online? Well, it’s been proven that online medical supplies are not only cheaper but also in most cases more available as opposed to going around searching for a physical store that has all the products you need. DME Billing That Covers Medicare It is best to think of Medicare’s durable medical equipment coverage as having 2 levels: DME billing is covered when determined to be medically necessary and DME that is never covered despite being medically necessary. For example, grab bar rails may be completely necessary for an individual, but Medicare does not consider…

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    Some questions you need to ask your DME Billing Service provider

    As a physician, you feel responsible both towards your patient and staff to verify that all is going well. So too, when you make the decision to outsource your DME billing services – you need to constantly track and check all aspects of the services provided by the DME provider. The reason being- you need to meet compliance and also make strategic decisions from time to time, given the changing healthcare rules & regulations. Wondering what are the questions you need to ask your DME billing service provider? As a physician, you need to remember that the most important component of your practice is to keep the revenues flowing. For this, to work you need to ensure that not just the coding and billing is being done by certified billers & coders but also are they meeting the compliance when processing for claims. The most crucial question however you should be asking your DME service providers is, “Are the DME claims in accordance with Healthcare Common Procedural Coding System (HCPCS) Level II coding guidelines and national and local coverage determinations (NCDs and LCDs)?” Further, when a claim is received, Medicare determines if the ordering/referring provider is required for the billed…

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