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Billing Blog posts

March 12, 2019
by Simon Hughes

The Low Bar in the Competitive Landscape

Average (or less) is what we encounter when we call on new prospects.  The sacrificial lamb of self-inflicted diminished cash is the only common theme to countless RCM companies that find themselves doing a mediocre job supporting their clients.  They either lose interest, take for granted, or lose sight of their mission — to take […]

January 17, 2019
by Simon Hughes

DON’T LET AUTOMATION TAKE OVER COMPREHENSIVE AP LAB CODING REVIEW

Coding is challenging regardless of specialty and pathology is no different. Many groups fail to review coding or question why specific codes have been assigned. It’s not good enough to rely on what a hospital anatomic pathology lab technician or histotech or even a pathologists says is the “right coding” on any given AP case.  […]

January 16, 2019
by Simon Hughes

Look for AI to make a difference in A/R follow-up

The use of Artificial intelligence(Ai) is becoming more common across many industries and healthcare is no exception. As providers continue to fight for every dollar billed, taking advantage of Ai capabilities allows providers to take a smarter approach to many functions of the revenue cycle.  One key area we are going to see Ai used more is in […]

December 3, 2018
by Simon Hughes

3 Common Cardiology Billing Challenges

  Every specialty has its own unique set of billing challenges and cardiology is no different. In this post, we’ll outline the top 3 along with solutions to avoid these pitfalls.