Category Archives: help for your practice

EHRs: “Legitimate” Privacy Violation

Posted on: August 26th, 2014

As dialogue surrounding the upcoming mandatory adoption of Electronic Medical Records continues, many health care providers, along with their patients, continue to voice concerns that a system based entirely on electronic records may put patients at a significantly higher risk for having their confidential data stolen or illegally accessed. While many programmers and physicians alike […]

ICD-10 Costs Are Much Higher Than Previously Estimated

Posted on: March 17th, 2014

Opponents of upgrades to the new ICD-10, which include the likes of the American Medical Association, has yet another reason to offer criticism. It seems that the costs associated with transitioning to the new coding system may be even higher than what was previously estimated by medical billing experts. A new report, which was funded […]

How To Prepare Your Medical Practice For ICD-10

Posted on: March 15th, 2014

As the deadline draws nearer for transitioning into implementation of the updated ICD-10 codes, many practices are finding themselves struggling to prepare for the new and much more detailed coding system. This transition, as with any new transition, will go more smoothly with the proper planning and strategy. Here are some tips on how to […]

7 Tips For Timely Collection Of Medical Bills From Patients

Posted on: March 13th, 2014

Staying current on accounts receivable is one of the most important components in ensuring that your practice runs as smoothly as possible. Making sure that your patients pay their bills on time may take some time, effort, and planning, but doing so will help make sure that you are reimbursed for the services you provide […]