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In the world of coding, here's why an attending physician is not really allowed to attest to an NP consult. Also, what are comparative billing reports?

It's fair to say that most doctors didn't get into medicine because of paperwork and regulations. Apparently however, not everyone feels this way.

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CMS has altered rules around payments to hospital based outpatient departments (HOPDs), which could have an effect on a practice's value to hospitals.

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A recent ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals emphasizes why it's important for physicians to not cut corners.

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It's not impossible. Smaller providers can maximize their RCM and increase their bottom line; here are seven ways to do just that.

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Here's why you should ignore "Incident to" Billing for PA services, which require a significant amount of additional work without a fair return in revenue.

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A guide to helping physicians better understand the process of Medicare-based reimbursement for PAs. What do you have to know?

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