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In this issue, we explore urgent care coding trends over the last five years. We look at ICD-10, CPT®, and E/M codes and share insights into what these trends mean for on-demand healthcare providers.
Research verifies that average reimbursement per visit for new patients is higher than for established patients at every E/M code level. Is your marketing effectively drawing in patients when they need urgent care? Use these tips to help you attract them.
Hundreds of lab codes are expected to see reduced payments under a planned Medicare fee schedule change that will take effect January 1, 2018. The changes are a provision of...
Revenue is the lifeblood of your urgent care business and reimbursement per visit is an important indicator of your clinic’s performance. Simply put, reimbursement per visit is one of the easiest things to watch to predict revenue and potential success. In this issue of the Urgent Care Quarterly, we explore 2013–2016 trends for urgent cares both by region and nationally.
This month the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) released its 2018 final rule for the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule, which sets the Medicare payment rates each year. Is...
For many urgent care clinics, submitting MIPS documentation isn't at the top of your to-do list. MIPS is not nearly as complex as you think, and chances are good you'll earn an incentive when you participate. Here's why you should.
Reimbursement per visit is an important indicator of your urgent care clinic’s performance. But many factors affect reimbursement—and your success. Check out our list of things to watch and questions to ask.
For urgent care owners and providers, the costs of doing business can really add up. How do you continue to be profitable in a very competitive market? It begins with increasing revenue. Learn the top eight ways to increase clinic revenue, even when business is ebbing instead of flowing.
In the urgent care industry, financial success is tied to accurate medical coding and claim processing. Make sure your staff has what it takes to make sure the process is seamless and efficient. and always make sure you’re not leaving any revenue on the table.
The front desk staff is often the first person your patients talk to—which sets the tone for every patient visit. This position is also critical to your urgent care’s financial success. When filling the seat at your front desk, choose wisely, and use our six strategies of front desk RCM success.
A frequently asked question in the urgent care industry is whether or not a practice can bill and receive payment as an in-network provider for a clinician (physician or mid-level) who is new to the practice—and not credentialed or contracted with the health plans that the clinic participates in.
Slot insurance can be cost-effective for clinics with part-time medical providers sharing patients and hours. It's a smart alternative to paying full-time malpractice insurance rates for part-time physicians and providers. Find out more about slot insurance.