March 15th 2023
Prior authorization should, when used, follow a uniform, automated procedure to lessen the load on doctors and health plans
February 13th 2023
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Reducing EHR headaches with virtual scribesDecember 15th 2022
Scribes are someone who works offsite or in a different area of the practice (i.e., not in the exam room) to document important aspects of the encounter so the physician or other provider can focus on providing patient care and working more efficiently.
Bootcamp 2022: Preventing coding and billing errors can reduce claims denialsJune 24th 2022
For primary care practices, earning enough revenue to meet overhead expenses and provide quality care has always been a challenge. But practices often make the challenge even greater through sloppy coding and billing, leading to delayed or incorrect reimbursements from payers.
Proper medical charting is critical to protecting against legal riskAugust 19th 2021
While helpful, the increase in electronic patient information creates more opportunity for errors, omissions, or mistakes that can ultimately lead to an unintended patient outcome and subsequent evidence against a provider in a legal proceeding.
Risks of malpractice and negligence in the medical billing industryJuly 29th 2021
The risk of malpractice and negligence is hurting the medical billing industry. Here’s a brief article talking about various risks involved with these threats to practices, clinics, and coders.