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10 August
2017
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Top 5 Reasons You Could Be Losing Out on Revenue

many gold coins lying in piles on a white background There are 5 top reasons a lot of physician offices are losing out on revenue. Most physician offices do not even realize the amount of funds they are losing

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03 August
2017
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ARE YOU BILLING CORRECTLY FOR HYDRATION ADMINISTRATION?

iv therapy Hydration is the replacement of essential fluids by means of IV infusion consisting of prepackaged fluids and electrolytes.  The services for hydration can be coded by using CPT codes 96360 (for the initial

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26 July
2017
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Draft Rules Released for MACRA, Are You Covered?

There are concerns that Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) is  responding to about the burdens of complying with multiple quality programs and competing deadlines by easing some MACRA requirements in the 2018 proposed MACRA rule.  This ruling was released this week.   The proposed rule carries out the 2015 law that seeks to overhaul the payment of

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15 June
2016
Hidden Benefits
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4 Hidden Benefits of Using Emerald Health As Your Outsource

1) Decrease Practice Overhead: Avoid hiring additional employees to handle your billing services. The employer saves money on taxes, insurance, and payroll processing costs. Keep costs down and headaches minimal.
2) Increase Practice Efficiency: Emerald’s EMR (Electronic Medical Record) and PMM (Practice Management Module) allows you to stay organized throughout the day while efficiently managing administrative and fin

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05 May
2016
Medical billing
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7 Advantages of Outsourcing your Medical Billing

Medical billing can be demanding and challenging task especially for small medical practices. Hence many physicians outsource their medical office billing to professional medical billing company as it saves times and money. This also eliminates the burden of concentrating on too many aspects of the medical office. Do consider all the advantagesbefore making a decision to bill in-house or outsource the billing of your medical claims. 1       Focus on

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29 April
2016
examining the basics of health care rev
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Examining the Basics of the Healthcare Revenue Cycle

The healthcare revenue cycle is more than just collecting bills and is a pillar of a successful organization.

There are a number of different processes that go into running a successful healthcare organization. Regardless of whether you are a multi-location hospital network spread across the country or a private practice consisting of one doctor and one nurse practitioner, revenue cycle management is one of the most

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29 April
2016
Are your medical records safe
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Are Your Medical Records safe?

Medical records are created, used and stored under health providers’ Electronic Medical Records (EMR) or Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems. EMR and EHR systems help share up-to-date information about patients’ condition, treatment, test and prescription.  EHR providers join a network to securely share your medical records with each other.

In 1996, Congress passed the Health Insurance Por

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29 April
2016
3 Things to Consider When Choosing an EMR
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3 Things to Consider When Choosing an EMR

Choosing a medical billing EMR solution needs to be done carefully as different products come with various advantages and benefits. Take a look at the following three things to consider when seeking out medical billing solutions:

  1. The Cost

First and foremost, you'll

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07 March
2016
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Benefits of Outsourcing Your Medical Billing

Medical billing can be a challenging and demanding task for small medical practices. It is a procedure of managing and handling office’ claims processing, payment, and revenue generation. Medical billing involves things such as things such as gathering their co-pay, coding claims correctly, and identifying patient eligibility, tracing claims and following up on denied claims. These Read More