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Medical Billing & Collections

How to Work With New Reform-created Patients

To survive a potential influx of patients from healthcare exchanges, practices must focus on a few key areas, experts say. Communicate with patients; monitor payer mix; and manage billing and collections.

ALSO: Our 2014 PayerView data, by athenahealth, provides insight on how easy or hard it is for your practice to work with payers.

Medical Billing & Collections

Charge capture has evolved, from paper to PC to PDA and now to mobile applications, providing physicians with better access to patient data.

Do you have a set policy for sending your delinquent patients to collections? By implementing a clear policy, you have a greater chance of collecting on those accounts.

It is difficult to talk money with patients; but by setting the expectation for payment up front, you are more likely to collect what your practice is due.

RemitDATA's vice president of product management, Aaron Hood, explores the most common unexpected denials at practices nationwide, focusing on endocrinology.

Small unpaid claims can add up to big problems for your medical practice. Here's how to find the best partner to collect what's owed for your medical services.

As physicians, we have fundamentally failed to clearly communicate to patients what we do, what we cannot do, how we do it, and why it costs what it does.

Though you may have taken a break from ICD-10 planning and prep when news of the delay first broke, it's time to get back to work.

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