September 29th 2023
Top-down solutions are needed to expand the workforce and reduce burnout, not just free up a few minutes here and there.
September 27th 2023
Coding skills do not inherently equate to clinical competence, and vice versa, but both are necessary.
September 26th 2023
We're in the era of online healthcare, but who's paying for it? And how much?
September 8th 2023
Updated code set is first to include descriptions of procedures and services in Spanish
September 6th 2023
There are 395 new diagnosis codes, 25 deletions and 13 revisions that go into effect October 1, 2023.
3 real-life examples of how coding automation improves primary care practices
Are you leaving money on the table because you aren't coding correctly?
Maximizing revenue and performance on tobacco cessation and relapse prevention at your practice
The key ingredient to optimal performance in tobacco cessation is to provide every tobacco user an evidence-based intervention at every visit.
How remote therapeutic monitoring helps physicians improve patient care and education
One lasting legacy of COVID-19 is acceleration of patients’ acceptance of remote care management technology.
Acute care hospitals spend billions on quality data reporting: study
Greater use of electronic metrics could help reduce spending on quality measurement
Stamp out payer denials
Empowering your medical practice for success
The benefits of automated medical coding
What if both caring and coding could work together synergistically?
Doctors spending less time on EHR documentation following coding requirement changes
But time reduction is “not clinically meaningful,” study finds
The economics of tobacco cessation: an overlooked resource in practice success
Your practice may be missing out on significant opportunities to improve net income by underperforming in tobacco cessation.
Common coding problems, from unbundling to undercoding
Odds are, you are making these mistakes and missing out on revenue
Medicare Advantage prior authorizations by the numbers
KFF breaks down approvals, denials, and appeals in 2021 requests sent to insurance companies.
Why caring must trump coding
Is the coding taking priority over the caring?
6 common coding mistakes physicians make
What are the most common coding mistakes physicians make?
Are you leaving money on the table? The answer is probably ‘yes.’
These days, physicians are terrified about overcoding — that is, billing for services they did not render or for more labor-intensive services than they provided.
The 2023 telehealth service codes physicians need to know
Learning about the telehealth codes you'll need to use in 2023.
2023 changes to remote monitoring and preventive care
What we know so far about remote therapeutic monitoring, remote patient monitoring and preventive services.
Top administrative challenges of 2023: Care management coding
The no. 4 administrative challenge physician practices are facing in 2023.
CMS proposes rule change to speed up prior authorization process
If implemented, physicians and hospitals could save an estimated $15 billion over 10 years.
Three revenue key performance indicators no one talks about
These non-traditional KPIs have a significant impact on collections and cashflow.
How physician documentation can combat the opioid crisis
Experts agree that when it comes to battling the opioid epidemic, physicians need to shift their mindset and start focusing on data integrity
Will telehealth billing change in 2023?
What changes are in store for telehealth billing and reimbursement in 2023?
Your coding questions answered
What you need to know about prolonged services, medical assistant, and E/M codes.
How physician documentation and coding can combat the opioid crisis
Experts agree that when it comes to combatting the opioid crisis, physicians need to shift their mindset and start focusing on data integrity.
Are scribes the answer to physicians’ documentation woes?
New study casts doubt on whether scribes ease doctors’ paperwork burden
AMA publishes new codes for updated COVID-19 vaccines, boosters
Four for adult vaccines effective immediately, four pending approval for youths.
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