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As you navigate the uncertainties of providing patient care during the COVID-19 outbreak, the last question you should have on your mind is how to code a visit. Join us for a roundtable discussion with Experity RCM/Billing and Compliance Leadership on how to accurately code for COVID-19.
Coding instructions are circulating regarding coding for COVID-19 and even laboratories are giving clinics incorrect coding information. Experity has provided the current coding information for diagnosis coding and laboratory testing. We will continue to update as changes occur.
While collection agencies can help urgent cares expedite patient payments, the real goal is to improve your processes to be sure you seldom have a need to call on an agency. From implementing standards to training staff, our seven tips will go a long way to keeping patient accounts from requiring a third-party collections effort.
The current E/M coding guidelines have been in effect for more than 25 years despite the fact that the healthcare industry has experienced momentous change. With new techniques, drugs, protocols, and restriction on how practitioners practice, it’s time for a change. And in 2021, CMS will unveil their new guidelines for E/M coding.
In this industry, getting patients in and out fast is your biggest priority. But to be successful, it’s just as important to manage your billing accurately and efficiently. This eBook will provide essential tips for billing non-credentialed and non-contracted providers, best practices and 10 KPIs you should be watching.
While the rules may vary between government and commercial payers, there are two circumstances when a physician can bill under another physician’s provider number. Both arrangements apply to physicians only, not mid-levels.
The Anti-Kickback Statute (AKS), was first in place in 1972 to curb abuse and Medicare and Medicaid fraud stemming from medical professionals offering services to receive benefits outside regular fees and reimbursement. Learn how to stay compliant.
The urgent care business is booming. What that means for you is more patients—and more claims. Processing an increasing number of claims can be a challenge for clinics, especially regarding compliance. Here's how you can lower your risk.
The CMS Merit-based Incentive Program (MIPS) was designed to tie payments to quality and cost-efficient care, drive improvement and outcomes, increase the use of healthcare information, and reduce the cost of care. Learn the top five things you should know about MIPS.
For urgent care clinics and healthcare providers in general, a backlog in accounts receivable (AR) isn’t unusual. Collecting unpaid debt is a burden that can be lifted by hiring a collection agency. Ask these questions before you make your choice.
Urgent care billing mistakes won’t just cost your center a few cents off the dollar. They can be extremely costly – sometimes even at the expense of the success of...
Let’s face it; no one wants to send patient accounts to collections. It’s embarrassing for patients and a legal minefield for urgent care billing departments. At the end of the...