It is important to take the time to review the rules with your staff, so that everyone understands exactly what incident-to billing requires.
The benefit of having your own in-house billing department is that they are well-versed in billing procedures for your practice and speciality.
The road to electronic health records is filled with good intentions. However, every EHR vendor claims they have a certified product. Here are some steps that you can take to protect your EHR investment.
Wondering if you are overstaffed? Make sure to evaluate your work flow and practice operations first before cutting staff.
EHR implementation in a private practice setting can be difficult. However, careful planning will set you firmly on the right path. First off, be wary of these common mistakes.
It is easy to fall prey to the pressure to update your own office building. But before you do, there are a few things you should consider.
When a new employee doesn't work out it is usually for one of two reasons: Either you hired the wrong person or you didn't provide the right training.
In the midst of Medicare cuts, consult-code farewells, healthcare reform bills, and all our other challenges, we need to prepare for new HIPAA Privacy and Security mandates.
Where do your patient referrals come from? Do you know?
Does your medical practice have a Web site? If so, you are on your way to building a patient portal.