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Chiropractic Billing Tips for Increasing Monthly Revenue

Chiropractic Billing Tips for Increasing Monthly Revenue

Chiropractic Billing & office management can be complicated. Especially when you factor in the ever-changing requirements and regulations having to do with health insurance and government programs. A streamlined and efficient financial process is crucial for any successful practice, and is a key to a healthy revenue cycle. Take a look at these seven monthly […]

Optimizing Patient Collections: A Provider Panel on What Works and What Doesn’t

Optimizing Patient Collections: A Provider Panel on What Works and What Doesn’t

We all know how important it is to aim for 100% reimbursement to be successful, which is why collecting from patients up front is an even bigger priority. Now, take it a step further. Do you know how to effectively and efficiently secure those payment methods for future use? How do your patients respond when […]

Eight Ways DME Companies Can Thrive in Tough Times

How DME Companies can thrive in tough times?   Several years ago, durable medical equipment competitive bidding was instituted by Medicare and the impact has been dramatic. Competitive bidding was so disruptive to the healthcare market that over 40 percent of DMEs are no longer in existence. Many smaller DMEs that could not successfully compete […]

DMEPOS Medicare Competitive Bidding Temporary Gap Period Lapses

Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics,Orthotics, and Supplies Medicare Competitive Bidding Program: Temporary Gap Period Unless you’re a healthcare worker using durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies (DMEPOS) or are a home healthcare company, you probably have no idea what Medicare’s DMEPOS Competitive Bidding Program (CBP) is or how it affects healthcare equipment suppliers and patients. […]

HIPPA Violation and Social Media: Avoid Mistakes in Your Practice

Doctors in private practice must include Social Media in their overall marketing strategy. This is practically non-negotiable for physicians who provide elective procedures. But social media isn’t all selfies and cat videos. One wrong move, and a HIPAA violation could cost you the practice you took years to build. The usefulness of social media for business cannot […]

World Diabetes Day 2018: Caring For Your Diabetes Supplies

Every year 14 November is marked as the World Diabetes Day. As we prepare to celebrate World Diabetes Day in November, ask what you can do to raise awareness, to get diabetics supplies and other related consumables to patients who find their lifeline cut off or disrupted as refuges and displaced people. Educate the patients about […]

How CMS Payment Rules Have Changed For DMEPOS From July 2014 Till Date

How CMS Payment Rules Have Changed For DMEPOS From July 2014 Till Date

CMS proposed a number of payment policies to durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics and supplies (DMEPOS) from July 2014 till date. Here’s the historical payment rules of each year. CMS Proposed Polices and Payments rates for End-Stage Renal Disease providers for CY 2015 On July 2, 2014, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) […]

When does outsourcing your credentialing make sense?

When does outsourcing your credentialing make sense?

Many organizations who have taken on credentialing responsibilities find it challenging to master the process on a macro level. Ever-changing laws and standards impacting credentialing can be difficult to stay abreast of and/or implement. One of the biggest challenges, which also has a direct impact on the revenue collection of most practices, is credentialing i.e. […]

Maximizing Healthcare Provider Revenue with Payer Contract Management

Improving payer contract management by analyzing terms and assessing payer performance can maximize revenue for healthcare providers. Payer contracts contain fee schedules and reimbursement requirements, as well as the conditions payers must meet for timely reimbursement. Ensuring correct reimbursement in a timely manner is always at the top of a healthcare provider’s mind. But many […]

What Physicians Need To Know To Avoid MIPS Penalty In 2019

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has proposed a rule that would affect the 2018 reporting year and beyond. The proposal offers a number of ways to help physicians avoid penalties. CMS has posted a fact sheet about its proposal. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) says over 33,600 psychiatrists provide services reimbursed under […]