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Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants Medical Billing

Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants Medical Billing

Physician Assistants (PAs) and Nurse Practitioners (NPs) also referred to as non-physician practitioners (NPPs). To improve patient care practices are increasingly hiring nurse practitioners (NPs) and physician assistants (PAs) to increase reimbursement. If you are among them, you will want to make sure that your billing should be error free for them to increase reimbursement

Benefits of EHR in Medical billing process

Benefits of EHR in Medical billing process

We can list numerous excellent Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems on the market with sophisticated features that help simplify record management and collections. EHR provides information to a network of health care providers, allowing them to access and share information. EHRs have the ability to exchange health information electronically. This feature can help you provide

Thorough Billing Assessment to increase reimbursement

Thorough Billing Assessment to increase reimbursement

Manage patient care with medical billing is a major challenge of medical practice management. Every physician should perform thorough billing assessment once a year. Billing assessment involve examining your practice revenue cycle from top to bottom. Revenue Cycle Management The revenue cycle begins eligibility verification means patient’s insurance verification and ends when the patient’s account

Tips to secure healthcare data

Tips to secure healthcare data

Office for Civil Rights is investigating Healthcare Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. More than $66 million in fines have been assessed by medical practices. It is primary responsibility of medical practice owner to secure the data of their patients. To govern electronic data, healthcare organizations needs to create policies and rules. When creating internal policies

Do you have adequate experience in pharmacy billing?

Do you have adequate experience in pharmacy billing?

Healthcare providers spend an enormous amount of time & money to achieve transparency in medical claims. Specialty pharmacies need to make better practice management standards that will allow consistent recovery of aging accounts and stabilize the cash flow. Outsourcing of billing has changed as an expedient solution for a lot of providers in healthcare. Ensuring

Are you aware of Common Claim Denial Reasons?

Are you aware of Common Claim Denial Reasons?

Understanding the reasons why medical claims get denied by insurers can help limit the number of denials your medical office reimbursements. The only way to prevent them is to be aware of what they are. You might be aware of common claim denial reasons. Here are some common reason why medical billing claims get rejected.

Streamline your Practice’s Medical Billing Process

Streamline your Practice’s Medical Billing Process

To manage medical practice can be incredibly difficult. It start with scheduling appoints to dealing with insurance companies for reimbursement. This hectic schedule can become quickly overwhelming. To avoid this there are several practice management systems that can help ease some of the pain felt in a clinic’s back office. At Medisys, we have decades

Impact of Medicare ID card Changes on Medical Billing Services

Impact of Medicare ID card Changes on Medical Billing Services

In the interest of improving security, Medicare has released new cards to prevent identity theft among its users. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have given physicians and medical billing companies approx 21 months to fully implement the necessary changes to their medical credentialing and medical billing services. The announcement was made to

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

Medical Billing and Coding revenue cycle is very important and growing segment. Procedures for billing and coding are necessary and they’ve used to translate patient records into standard codes. These codes are used for billing third party payers and patients. Correct coding is a challenge. Total $36 billion resulted in improper payments in year 2017

QPP (Quality Payment Program) successfully completed 1 year

QPP (Quality Payment Program) successfully completed 1 year

91 percent of all clinicians are eligible for the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) participated in the first year of the Quality Payment Program (QPP). This exceeded the goal of CMS with 90 percent participation. The submission rates for Accountable Care Organizations were 98 percent and for clinicians in rural practices were at 94 percent.

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