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Even with automation, the growing complexity of the coding and invoicing process makes it increasingly difficult and labor intensive.Here’s how to evaluate the best revenue cycle management (RCM) solution for your practice.
Embezzlement Poses a Serious Threat to Your Medical Practice
While embezzlement is a common problem for medical practices, there are ways to spot and foil theft.
Medical Patients as Consumers
The best part of medicine is the part in which we treat a patient like a patient, not a customer.
Keep Your Medical Practice in the Black During the ICD-10 Transition
Don't let the ICD-10 transition hurt your practice's bottom line. Here are ways for you and your staff to survive and thrive during this major change.
Knowledge the Key to Running Private Medical Practices
Physicians are facing many fears. Prime among them is an uncertain financial future. Anesthesiologist David Norris recommends acquiring sound business skills.
Choosing a Medical Billing Partner: 6 Questions to Ask First
Here are six questions your medical practice should ask a potential billing partner to help you thrive today and remain competitive in the future.
Five-Step Private Medical Practice Survival Plan: Part III
Having plans in place for ICD-10 and patient engagement are the final steps in creating a medical practice survival plan for 2014.
First Pass Recovery Rate: How to Eliminate Claim Denials
Stopping consistent denials at your practice is not only possible, but necessary. Take these steps to get your first pass recovery rate above 90 percent.
Three Ways Physicians Lose Money
Defunct payment policies, denied claims, and unchallenged audits all blled revenue from practices. Here's what it means and how to stop it.
Taking a Hard Look at Your Practice’s Revenue Lifecycle
John Torres with Texas-based FTGU Medical Consulting discusses revenue strategies and cost containment.
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