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Five Biggest Medical Practice Collections Mistakes

Is the money your practice deserves floating out of the front door? Get it back by avoiding these common pitfalls. 

Also, view a recent webinar in which Raemarie Jimenez of AAPC discusses common coding mistakes and how to avoid them.


While the ICD-10 grace period was relevant to only CMS, there is still work to be done. Here are nine steps practices can take to ensure post Oct. 1, they are ready.

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The retail pharmacy chain recently replaced an established drug with a replacement. It's a move that, in one doctor's opinion, usurps physician autonomy.

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Two lawyers share a way that healthcare providers can challenge insurer recoupments in the ongoing struggle with payers relating to provider reimbursement.

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This MD misses the day when the decisions in care were made by her — the doctor — and the patients. Today, the insurance company has a say.

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During these early days of ICD-10 payers are accepting codes that aren't quite as specific as they should be. This won't last forever.

The early returns on ICD-10 from payers and a clearinghouse have been positive. Yet, no one is ready to pop the champagne and celebrate quite yet.

What were the top five most commonly unexpected procedures that were denied in August? RemitData laid out all the answers in this infographic.


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