Questions you should ask yourself as you think about the future for yourself and your practice.
How to develop an accounts receivable work plan in three steps
If your profit is suddenly on a lower trajectory, resist the instinct to attempt a quick fix. Here’s what to do instead.
How to make sense of the dollars and cents at a physician practice.
Collecting patient payments can be a challenge for medical practices that aren’t operating at maximum efficiency. Review some key performance indicators to identify and improve processes.
A payer contract is more than a mere fee schedule. There are several other factors to consider when deciding to keep or terminate a payer contract.
The decision of whether to keep billing in-house or outsource is not always about cost. It’s about the value realized for the expense and the risk of not getting it right.
You don’t know how much money you have in the bank. What if I told you, you can calculate a projection of your inflow for this month?
Instead of funneling a bunch of capital into your practice on a monthly basis, how about cleaning up your DSO?
This month's coding questions look at coding for transition of care for a nursing facility patient and on Annual Wellness visits.