Helping your patients avoid sticker shock can benefit your practice — but sharing your rates is not as simple as it sounds.
New legislation concerning telemedicine will soon provide new opportunities for physicians.
There’s no doubt prior authorizations are a major time suck. Here are five ways to make them a little less onerous.
Medical practices continue to be squeezed by increasing costs and decreasing reimbursement, emphasizing the need for better clinical coding and editing technology that can improve claims even before they’re submitted.
It’s crucial to have a robust program for responding to denied claims. Here’s how to build one.
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.
A little attention to small billing mistakes can save your practice big money
A recent study from MGMA reveals the top technologies that increase practice efficiencies.
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).
As patient responsibility increases, physician practices should consider how they can make it easier for patients to pay their medical bills.