CMS Incentive Archive
Healthcare Fraud: On the Wanted List
The United States Department of Justice Considers The Following Three The Worst Form of Culprits, not necessarily in that order:
2. Violent Crime Doers.
3. Healthcare Fraud Perpetrators !!!!!!
Now, how and when the
No Escape For Physicians Under This Sunshine
After much deliberation involving multitude of responses to the proposed rule, the final rule to the Sunshine Act of 2010 was ultimately published on Feb 1, 2013. This finally put an
One of the most important moves with in the medical office in our world of hi-tech is to keep the financial side of the business as efficient as possible. When it comes to medicine, time is important,
Although CMS has agreed to delay the ICD-10 deadline again, by about a year, to Oct 1, 2014, citing possible disruption in healthcare reimbursements if the 2013 deadline is insisted upon, the American Medical Association (AMA) seems
Of late there have been increasingly alarming statements emanating from the offices of CMS about seemingly blatant Medicare frauds. “Nearly 50% of the claims submitted to Medicare in certain states are fraudulent and contain upcoding”. “$11 billion
The main difference is number of hours that we work. Your biller works 8 hours a day and 5 days a week and takes off on vacation. We dedicate three different teams that work 24 hours
EHR and meaningful use:
Adopting Electronic health records can be a smart move in moving towards your stimulus incentive package. But are you sure you would get eligible for the incentive package?
When not channelized properly, the same can