When admitting patients to the hospital, knowing Medicare rules and making use of diligent charting can make all the difference.
A little preparation will go a long way toward helping medical practices pass meaningful use audits.
There are three main changes to HIPAA coming Sept. 23, 2013, that medical practices need to know about. Here's what they are and what you should do.
This week we take a look at this growing area of exposure for medical practices and some basic credentialing-compliance best practices.
A recent court case illustrates why physicians need to be vigilant in reporting incorrect claim submissions every time, all the time.
When it comes to audits, "payers are sneaky and relentless, because they have everything to gain and nothing to lose," notes consultant Angela Miller.
Rob Anthony of CMS provides some clarity to physicians and medical practices on the upcoming meaningful use audits.
Attesting for meaningful use? There’s a 5 to 10 percent chance you’ll be audited before you see your first big check.
Here are six steps your medical practice can take to avoid being the target of a tax audit or a malpractice suit.
It's tax season and with the IRS notifying more physicians of tax audits, there are some steps you can take today to avoid being included in this group.