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2020 was an unusual year for urgent care centers, and one that will impact trends for years to come. This UCA benchmark report explores visit volume and diagnosis data in 2020 and into 2021. See how your clinic measures against these benchmarks, and know what to expect in coming months.
In this month’s “3 Things to Know About RCM,” we’ll provide information about the increases in vaccination reimbursement, share helpful resources for vaccination administration and planning, and review some important coding guidelines and changes.
Building patient trust that leads to improved NPS scores and referrals for your urgent care is a challenge. Empathize and leverage technology to remain connected with your patients.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, the government made it easier for urgent care providers to connect with their patients through telehealth expansion. They removed some regulatory roadblocks, but they also made many changes and updates often to the telehealth services rules causing both provider consternation and billing mishaps.
Knowing how to bill for non-credentialed and non-contracted providers ensures your urgent care claims are accurate. Learn how to avoid costly billing mistakes.
With so many moving parts, it’s hard to avoid startup mistakes when opening a new urgent care clinic. See our Top 10 list to stay clear of these missteps.
How much financial relief will urgent care providers get from the government? While legislators debate the budget, you can expect more clarity and movement to help providers recoup some of their losses. In this month’s “3 Things to Know About RCM,” we provide information on what to expect, plus tips for handling the influx of vaccination calls and telehealth visits.
Industry Alert: The “National Strategy for the COVID-19 Response and Pandemic Preparedness Report” just released by the White House lists urgent care as one of the recommended distribution venues for COVID-19 vaccinations.
Regulatory guidelines continue to change as urgent cares navigate through COVID-19 and new rules for coding visits. In this article we provide information on additional COVID-19 ICD-10 codes that just went into effect, the government’s efforts to alleviate provider burden, and tips for avoiding scams at your urgent care clinic.
As the urgent care industry moves into 2021 with new E/M coding guidelines, making good decisions that have a positive impact on revenue will be tricky. Reference the guidance provided in this Q&A, and share it with your staff, to code visits with confidence in your urgent care clinic.
Is your urgent care clinic prepared for the 2021 E/M coding changes? In this blog, we explain how the guidelines are changing and the top factors for selecting the proper codes.
Regulatory changes are a moving target in the era of COVID-19. In this month’s “3 Things to Know About RCM,” urgent care experts weigh in on how to make good choices when E/M coding in 2021, cybersecurity breaches in healthcare, and changes introduced in a new CMS Interim Final Rule that will affect billing, specifically related to COVID-19.