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Four Steps to Healthier Accounts Receivable at Your Medical Practice
Stop cash flow from being a regular issue at your medical practice with these four tips to minimize the time between seeing a patient and getting paid.
Medicare Part B Might Pay for Part A Denial Under Proposed Rule
CMS has issued a proposed rule physicians should know about when it comes to Medicare Part A denials, a possible Part B solution, and their revenue cycle.
Payers Turning to Patients to Fight Denied Claims
It seems payers want patients, not your medical practice, to resolve denied claims. Here's how to arm yourself and your patients with the information to get it resolved.
Avoiding Claim Denials Due to New Medical Codes
Here are six essential steps to avoid claim denials due to new 2013 codes and three tips for monitoring your medical practice's denials.
Track Denials to Increase Medical Practice Cash Flow
Clear policies and processes for handling denials can affect your bottom line by improving your revenue cycle, decreasing staff costs, and increasing cash flow.
Keeping Medical Practice Staff on Task
Day-to-day operations at your practice can easily get derailed. Here's how to keep staff on track despite possible disruptions.
Five Common Denials Halting Payments to Your Medical Practice
By reviewing the denials your practice receives from insurance companies, you can tailor your training and internal procedures to remedy a majority of these.
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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