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.
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).
Though traditional fee-for-service reimbursement is tied to volume, quality patient care can’t be increased by simply adding more appointments.
Increase your medical practice's revenue by understanding payer reimbursement tactics.
Substandard care can lead to reduced payments for hospitals with excess readmissions.
Community health information exchanges appear to offer many advantages, including increased revenue for physician practices.
The Affordable Care Act required health insurance plans to include behavioral health coverage, and that has benefits for patients, physicians and payers alike.
Cognitive screenings are part of Medicare’s Annual Wellness Visit. But what’s the best way for physicians to empower patients on the subject of brain health?