Inefficient charge capture can cause you to miss thousands in revenue. Learn why you need to change how you charge with easy technology.
Medical claim denial management is a conversation throughout the healthcare ecosystem. About 10% of all medical claims are denied, representing $262B. Of that 10% of denial claims, 90% are preventable, according to an Advisory Board study.
Mobile charge capture has the capacity to revolutionize the way you work. In traditional charge capture, you depend too heavily on paper to record information about medical billing. By replacing paper with robust technology, you can save time and boost revenue.
Enabling better care coordination is easy with secure sharing of patient summaries with on-call physicians. Find out how DocCharge offers this feature.
As a hospital-based physician, are you currently faced with a mountain of challenges around billing, communication, and efficiency? It’s a common frustration, but one that can be improved dramatically with the right technology. The question is, how can hospital-based physician efficiency and productivity be improved?
HIPAA-compliant messaging is probably a tool that you currently use, as it’s become a very popular communication medium. But are you using it to solve billing challenges? HIPAA-compliant messaging for medical billing has the capacity to eliminate your billing challenges.
The Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) has issued ICD-10-CM coding changes for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2019 through September 30, 2020. As accurate coding is essential to quicker reimbursement, ensure that you and your staff are knowledgeable to not miscode.
In the 2019 ICD-10-CM release, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a total of 473 code changes, including 279 brand-new codes. Urology is among the top specialties which have seen most of the changes. Most of the new urology ICD-10 codes for 2019 address changes for urethral strictures, urinalysis findings, and testicular diagnostic imaging.
In the 2019 ICD-10-CM release, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released a total of 473 code changes, including 279 brand-new codes. Urology is among the top specialties which have seen most of the changes. Most of the new urology ICD-10 codes for 2019 address changes for urethral stricture, urinalysis findings, and testicular diagnostic imaging
Developing and accessing a medical knowledge coding base efficiently and in a timely manner is critical to the operation of billing staff and the revenue cycle of your practice.