Establishing Telehealth Services at Your Practice
Physician's Practice® spoke with Elizabeth Woodcock, founder and Principal of Woodcock and Associates, about what physicians need to know when setting up telehealth services at their practice.
Who in the practice can provide telemedicine services to receive reimbursement?
Regulations regarding staff eligibility for telemedicine service reimbursement are changing by the day
Getting paid for telemedicine services
Elizabeth Woodcock explains the policies surrounding telemedicine, as well as what services are reimbursable and how payment is received.
How to get started with telemedicine quickly
Elizabeth Woodcock outlines her best practices for setting up telemedicine services from an administrative perspective, while emphasizing that it is never too late to get in the game.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Talkin’ ’Bout My Gen X-eration
Younger physicians aren’t “lazy,” as many old-schoolers believe. But they do have different priorities.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Deadbeat Serious
Another selection from our weekly e-mail newsletter. This issue: dealing with deadbeat patients.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Appealing Medicare Denials
Another selection from our weekly e-mail newsletter. This issue: how to handle Medicare denials.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Tame the Copying Beast
Another selection from our weekly e-mail newsletter. This issue: taming the copier.
The Great Practice Makeover: Decision Time
For a small rural practice, it's time to get busy - or start laying off staff.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Get It Done
Another selection from our popular weekly e-mail newsletter. This issue: Five fast ways to boost office efficiency.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Getting Ahead of Yourself
How to guard against scheduling too far in advance.
Pearls: Dress for Success
Another favorite from our popular weekly e-mail newsletter. This month: Why you need a dress code.
Pearls: Making Call Duty Fair
Another selection from our popular weekly e-mail newsletter. This month: How to make call duty fair.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Taking No for an Answer
Another selection from our popular weekly e-mail newsletter. This issue: dealing with cancellations.
Contracts: Who Works for Whom?
Evaluating a payer contract requires more than a working knowledge of the fee schedule. If you want to negotiate a better deal when it's renewal time, you need to know how each payer does business.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Prescribe Wisely
Our weekly e-mail newsletter covers all the bases. Here's a favorite.
Physicians Practice Pearls: Expand for the Right Reasons
Physicians Practice Pearls: Get Them Involved
Getting patients involved in their own care.
PHYSICIANS PRACTICE PEARLS: Toward Better Billing
Improving Your "Touch Time"
Ten surefire ways to improve patient flow and get more "touch time" with your patients.
Charge! (Or Not)
To fee or not to fee?
Get Your Billing Cycle Right
On average, 30 percent of all claims are denied - and half of those are never resubmitted. Is it time to put your billing process through the paces?
Get Paid for Physicals
Physicals don't need to be a painful exercise in billing at your medical practice if you get the coding and reimbursement details right. Here's how to do it.
Unclog Telephone Bottlenecks
How to improve phone flow
How to implement advanced access scheduling
Your Electronic Billing Office
An electronic billing office can save you money on paperwork and improve cash flow
Show Me the Money!
Three ways to improve your relationship with a collection agency - and the agency's results.
How to evaluate your payment posting process
Putting ABNs to Work
Win the Billing Game
How to conduct an annual review of billing and collections processes
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