Why are 60% of providers surveyed replacing their current EHR system – up a whopping 59% since 2014?
Billing for telemedicine can be tricky, to say the least. As a relatively new care method the guiines for billing telemedicine are still forming. Here are the top things you should know when billing telemedicine.
VIDEO – This short educational animated video made by Capture Billing highlights the key features of the HITECH Act, Meaningful Use, and Stimulus Money for EHRs and what it means for you and your practice.
Electronic Medical Records add to Your Bottom The guest post you are about to read is from my buddy Derek Singleton. Derek blogs over at Software Advice which helps people find the right software to meet their needs. He writes a lot about Electronic Medical Records and how doctors can benefit from their use. Today Derek will be giving us 5 tips for using an EMR to increase your practices profitability. Let me know what you think by leaving a Continue Reading
Is Your Medical Practice Ready for the Affordable Care Act? With election season in full swing, there’s been a lot of speculation about what will happen to the Affordable Care Act (ACA)–commonly referred to as Obamacare–if Mitt Romney is elected President. In truth, because the ACA is an Act of Congress, there islittle that any President can do to overturn the law. Since it’s likely here to stay, physicians should plan ahead to adapt their practices. Here are five things Continue Reading
Medicare provides coverage for Annual Wellness Visits. This benefit was included in the Affordable Care Act of 2010. Medicare has come up with two HCPCS codes for these well visits for medical billing purposes. The codes are G0438 and G0439.
I was reading a blog post entitled ‘Doctor: Why I decided to join and insurance-free practice’ about a primary care physician joining a practice that does not take insurance because he was not making any money at his current practice. I help run a large physician’s practice and medical billing and consulting firm. I hear doctors complaining about insurance reimbursements and requirements all the time. In almost all cases the real reason for their complaining, after asking the right questions, has to Continue Reading