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Medical Billing & Collections

On the Lookout for Reimbursement Changes

Five ways your practice can better control its payer contracts — and boost reimbursement

PLUS: Full results of our 2014 Fee Schedule Survey

Medical Billing & Collections

Close communication with patients is vital to good collections. Send a collection letter after three failed statements, so patients know you mean business.

Having a great collections management policy in place at your practice can serve you very well, and keep your accounts receivable on track.

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RemitDATA's Aaron Hood explores the most common unexpected denials at practices nationwide, with a special focus on radiology.

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Communication is key as patients are more likely to take their financial obligations seriously when they have a strong relationship with the practice.

Have an upcoming contract negotiation with a payer? Let Marcia Brauchler give you three key strategies before you sit down at the table.

ICD-10 Procrastinator's Six-Month Timeline

ICD-10 will be here before you know it. Here's what you need to do before October 1.

Make sure your practice is ready for changes in documentation analysis and quality reporting tied to the ICD-10 coding transition.

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