It is always safer and more cost-effective to make sure contracts and business arrangements are established correctly from the start.
You've heard all the guidance about the importance of good patient relations and documentation as a way to avoid a malpractice suit. But now, you think you may have a problem. Here's what to do.
The next 60 days marks the final push to sell physicians across the United States tax plans of both good and questionable value.
These days, everything from EHRs to PM systems are available via cloud computing. Is it time to ditch the servers and join the movement?
It’s important to make sure you know who is asking for charts and the reason for audit before shipping off requested documents.
Sometimes better planning and support can resolve poor recordkeeping by physicians. But if the situation becomes intolerable, tough decisions must be made.
Defunct payment policies, denied claims, and unchallenged audits all blled revenue from practices. Here's what it means and how to stop it.
Expansion of your medical practice across state lines creates a multitude of issues which physicians often do not realize until it is too late.
The increasing aggressiveness of Medicare's so-called recovery audit contractors (RACs) is making it ever more vital that practices have formal coding compliance programs in place.
Adding ancillary services can be a great way to better service your patients and increase practice income. But do it the right way.