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Update: August 2011

Get Inspired


We’ve been busy here at Capture helping practices with their medical billing but I always like to find time to put out some information that will help not only our clients but medical practices throughout the country. One thing we have done this month is start an online publication called the Medical Billing and Coding News. We sort through information from all over the web and compile it in one place to make it easy for physicians, practice managers and medical billers to find. I and my staff use this information too so we can stay abreast of the changing healthcare landscape. Below are a couple of items you might find interesting. Check them out when you have a chance. Have a good week.

Manny OliverezBest wishes,

Manny Oliverez
CPC Director of Operations

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“Welcome to Medicare Visit” aka IPPE aka G0402

Initial Preventative Physical Exam (IPPE) G0402 is know as the “Welcome to Medicare Visit” to most Medical Billers What is a Welcome to Medicare visit and how do you bill for it? Let’s see if I can help and explain and point you in the right direction to gather more information.

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Capture Billing Starts Online Publication

To help meet the demand for information Capture now posts a daily online newspaper for physicians and healthcare professionals called the Medical Billing and Coding News.
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HIPAA 5010: Are You Ready

What is HIPAA 5010 and Does it Effect My Medical Practice? Effective January 1, 2012 HIPAA version 5010 becomes mandatory. All of us in the healthcare industry will need to understand, implement and transition to the new Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) version 5010 well before the mandated compliance date.
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Your Guide to Meaningful Use
from eRecords

My friend, David Lee, over at eRecords puts out a monthly newsletter where he shares the latest news, updates and analyses in the world of the HITECH Act and Meaningful Use. He combs through hundreds of articles and facts and picks out ones he believes to be of interest and the most relevant to physicians and healthcare professionals.
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Physicians Want Mobile Tech for EHR Use

It is estimated that up to 90% of physicians use mobile devices so it is no surprise that these doctors want to use the technology to access patient records.
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Did You Know?

Percentage of Fortune 50 Companies are either in the healthcare industry or have a healthcare division. A report from PwC, “The new gold rush: Prospectors are hoping to mine the opportunities from the health industry”, with rosy outlook.

75 and 10,989,838.
How far, in miles, paper patient records were found after a tornado hit a Missouri based hospital and total individuals, so far, affected by data breach according to this government web site. In somewhat related news, a proposed rule was issued (pdf) by HHS Office for Civil Rights on strengthening the accounting of disclosures.

24 and 359.
Number of certified complete EHRs on 10/15/2010 and 6/14/2011.

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Fight Flu: It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week! #NIVW2016

We sharing valuable information for clients and friends through the Capture Billing blog! This week, we are even MORE excited to join partners across the country for the #NIVW2016 Blog-A-Thon and social media blitz in support of National Influenza Vaccination Week.

32 Mobile Healthcare Stats

Are Your Patients Ready For Mobile Health? My friend Teresa Iafolla over at eVisit recently wrote a post listing 32 fascinating mobile health statistics. Teresa and her team did a quick survey of the top reports about mobile health. Together they complied a list 32 must-know stats that doctors and practice administrators need to be aware of about mobile health.

How to Get Reimbursed for Telemedicine Services

Although telemedicine services were once considered a passing trend, the demand is now growing exponentially. Medical practices are starting to begin to implement telemedicine for their patients. Here are 5 tips to ensure you maximize telemedicine billing in your practice.