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.


The growing list of payer demands continues to drive medical decision making. It can also impede patient care and hasten physician burnout.

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

Using RVUs to conduct a cost analysis at your medical practice is not only cheap and easy, it is very effective at assessing the value of your payer contracts.

2014 Fee Schedule Survey - Introduction

The results of our 2014 Fee Schedule Survey are in. Here's a look at some of the key findings, and how physician practices can react.

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

If your medical practice is not already recognized as a Patient-Centered Medical Home, it may be time to jump on the bandwagon.

Many of the health insurance exchange plans include high deductibles, so getting these patients to pay their portion of your fee is critical.


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