Practices sometimes can’t afford to administer treatment to patients given the risk of denied reimbursement claims.
These tried and true tactics can help you improve your billings and collections—without the need for a computer screen.
Unfortunately, preventative care doesn't prevent physicians from dealing with reimbursement woes.
Doctors should never be disincentivized from caring for their sickest patients.
How to meet patients wherever they are—and ensure you can get paid for telehealth and virtual check-ins.
Decreasing documentation requirements leads to decreasing reimbursement for the same amount of clinical work.
Sometimes, the difficulty in treating patients lies in knowing how to code their ailments.
Coding expert Bill Dacey reacts to CMS’s 2019 proposed Medicare Physician Fee Schedule that would collapse office Evaluation and Management code levels—and payment rates.
Here are five reasons why CMS’s proposed Physician Fee Schedule for Evaluation and Management guidelines might improve patient care.
Physicians participating in certain at-risk Medicare Advantage plans may be exempt from certain Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) requirements.