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Also, view a recent webinar in which Raemarie Jimenez of AAPC discusses common coding mistakes and how to avoid them.
February 2014 Medical Claim Data: Most Common Denials and Remedies
RemitDATA's director of product management, Aaron Hood, explores the most common unexpected denials at practices nationwide, with a focus on family medicine.
Testing Your ICD-10 Claims Submissions: 8 Critical Questions
Here are eight questions your medical practice should be asking when it comes to testing your claims submissions for the upcoming ICD-10 transition.
Jan. 2014 Medical Claims Data: Most Common Denials and Remedies
RemitDATA's chief operating officer, Brian Fugere, explores the most common unexpected denials at medical practices nationwide, with a focus on pediatrics.
End of Year Medical Claim Data: Most Common Denials and Remedies
For the January edition, RemitDATA's chief operating officer, Brian Fugere, explores the most common unexpected denials, with a focus on orthopedics.
Why Insurance Companies Should Collect Patient Payments
It's time to take patient collections out of physicians' practices to truly have patients make responsible choices about their healthcare dollars.
First Pass Recovery Rate: How to Eliminate Claim Denials
Stopping consistent denials at your practice is not only possible, but necessary. Take these steps to get your first pass recovery rate above 90 percent.
Managing Claim Denials after the ICD-10 Transition
Your practice is likely training and testing for ICD-10 compliance, but you also need to know how to mitigate losses from denials. Here's how to get started.
Three Ways Physicians Lose Money
Defunct payment policies, denied claims, and unchallenged audits all blled revenue from practices. Here's what it means and how to stop it.
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