4 Crucial Medical Coding Pitfalls To Avoid
“It’s very frustrating; healthcare is the only industry where you don’t know what it’s going to cost until it’s done.” So said a frustrated victim of heart palpitations, who ironically felt he was a
Partnering With a Billing Consultant Is a Winning Move For Better EMR Adoption
It was believed that the EHR-Healthcare marriage would mature over time with both developing an appreciation of each other. But surprisingly the following statistics gleaned
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
USA quite startlingly, leads the list when it comes to healthcare costs! It is the highest spender when it comes to medical care. Other industries in the US pale in comparison to the burgeoning costs of healthcare.
We now know that the ancient Egyptians (you know the Pharaoh-types) used a paper like material, the Papyrus to document their medicinal techniques, which included among other things eating ochre or medicinal clay for various intestinal symptoms.
We all have heard about the Parakeet code in ICD-10, as also a person walking into a lamppost code. But jokes apart, is your clinic really ready for the Oct 1, 2014 deadline;
which is in fact an
The fact that the U.S. Healthcare Industry, worth more than $1.5 trillion dollars, has been in deep trouble for some time, with regards to patient safety and cost, may not exactly be breaking news. But any event
In recent times many clinics have wholeheartedly accepted the importance of overall patient experience to the fiscal well-being of their setups, and have invested a lot of money, time, and effort in trying to achieve the requisite
Many of us might be familiar with “The Gates of the Mountains Wilderness”, a region in the state of Montana, named by Lewis and Clark in 1805 during their trailblazing transcontinental journey across the United States, at
The results of a recent survey by QuantiaMD, conducted across 45 states, with 699 doctors responding, has yielded results that might send the shivers down the spine of some of our national healthcare legislators. That is because