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When you decide to outsource your medical billing, you need to do your research to ensure that you connect with the right company for your facility’s needs, such as claim processing, offered services, staff training, AR management, and analytic reports. When you find the right billing company, all of these needs – and more – […]
Outsourcing medical billing may sound expensive, but the benefits can outweigh the costs. Let’s explore the real ROI on outsourcing medical billing – Coronis Health can provide tips to help you determine whether outsourcing is the right choice for your facility. 5 Signs You Should Outsource Your Medical Billing Medical billing is a critical component […]
I have been privileged to work with many practices and specialties, helping them navigate the very confusing Medicare Quality Programs. I wanted to leave you with a few tips for the 2018 reporting year:
We’re starting to get a better picture of how artificial intelligence could help doctors better treat cancer.
What’s the Problem? Sequestration underpayments have been improperly withheld from provider payments by many Medicare Advantage Organizations [MAO] in violation of CMS guidelines that were issued on May 1, 2013.
Many practices use an automated system for sending appointment reminders. You’re already paying for the service and the call, so why not maximize its value to your practice? Here’s some small changes to your appointment reminders that can yield big results.
As a certified physician assistant (PA-C) who has practiced over 20 years, I am often surprised by the many fallacies that exist, even among physicians, about who physician assistants are, what we can do, where we practice and how we can improve practice operations and profitability.
Now that hospitals are required to post chargemaster data online for patients to access, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services is exploring the most effective ways to make sure providers comply with the rules.
CMS plans to cover a specific kind of immunotherapy for cancer patients.
CMS released proposed rules that require many types of insurers to provide electronic health data in a standard format by 2020.