Filling a coding position is tough, especially when you have to choose between two, well-qualified individuals.
Adding appropriate technology to your practice can have profound effects on the well-being of your operations, allowing your workforce to focus on what they do best while you concentrate on patient care.
Payers don’t dole out equal pay for equal work, so it benefits your physician practice to understand who pays what (so you can negotiate more).
Coding expert Bill Dacey clears up some confusion about split billing and combination visits.
If you don’t identify the coding issues, know that your potential buyer will.
Medicare’s new G2012 code for virtual check-ins may lead to cost savings. It could also cost patients money and potentially cost providers in patient satisfaction.
Don't worry. Romance is alive and well.
In order to justify the Level 4 E/M visit, make sure you have recorded all necessary information—and clearly label it for the payer auditor to easily find.
How to code varies on the circumstances. Many coding scenarios are determined by context—not absolutes.
How CMS’ final rule will affect documentation, time-based billing.