The 2016 Physicians Practice Fee Schedule Survey reveals how much more employed docs get paid than independent physicians for certain CPT codes.
A new infographic from RemitDATA reveals which five specialties and five procedures had the highest denial rate in 2016, as well as the five most common reasons why.
What do practices get paid for common codes? The results to the 2016 Fee Schedule Survey, featuring more than 1,100 respondents from across the country, provide the answers.
This month's coding column is on the biggest change to the 2017 CPT manual and billing related to depression and alcohol misuse screening.
It's never been more important to make sure your medical record documentation is complete, accurate, and complies with federal guidelines.
Do you trust insurance companies to pay you properly and according to contract requirements? If so, review your EOBs from your payers, today.
It's time to get serious about your compliance plan for improper coding and billing issues and overpayments. Here are five actions to take.
This month's coding column is about whether or not one or more physicians of different specialties can bill the advanced care planning codes.
Here are six basic requirements to meet incident-to guidelines and get properly reimbursed for your care.
This month's coding column looks at whether or not you can count addressing routine chronic conditions without a change in plan of care as E&M.