For medical practices such as yours, revenue cycles have been majorly impacted by changes in the healthcare industry in the last 10 years. Not only have Medicare and Medicaid reduced physician’s reimbursement, but the submission requirements on claims have become a lot more strict. If you are not on top of your game, it is
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Even though 15% of the population in the U.S. are enrolled in Medicare, many medical billers are still having a hard time figuring out how to successfully file a Medicare claim. There are a lot of details to keep track of, and if you don’t, it is very easy for your claim to be rejected.
There is no denying that you need to stay on top of processing claims to ensure that your business is being adequately reimbursed. Yet, claim management has the tendency to be tricky. In fact, one in every 10 medical claims is at risk of being denied! If you are finding yourself with a stack full
One dollar for every $10 of private practice revenue is at risk of not getting reimbursed from insurance companies — often because of errors in the submission process. If you are experiencing this frustrating reality, you are not alone. But that doesn’t mean there’s nothing you can do about it. Medical billing companies are experts
Medical billing denial codes are one of the most frustrating parts of running a medical practice. Not only do they mean lost money; they also often mean that you’re going to have to waste your time either fighting the denial or trying to collect from the patient. Know the Top Reasons for Claim Denials Understanding
A Medicare claim denied is a lost opportunity for income. When private insurers reject claims, you may be put in the untenable position of collecting funds directly from patients, particularly alienating them, or writing off the lost funds. The average medical practice has a profit margin of about 13%. Eat into this too much through