When it comes to running a medical practice, there is MUCH that is out of our control. One element solely within your control, however, is staying on top of provider enrollment. While enrollment-related tasks are often fairly simple they are varied.
The research suggests that outsourcing noncore business functions can provide a range of benefits for businesses, including cost savings, improved efficiency, access to specialized skills and expertise, and greater scalability and flexibility.
You're running a practice you have a lot to do. In this blog post we'll discuss why outsourcing certain tasks is so important and how to do it properly so that it doesn't negatively affect your bottom line.
An answering service helps triage patient calls and also relays time sensitive messages and consult requests from other providers. Choosing an answering service is an important decision for a medical practice.
Projects frequently fail or stall out due to vague goals and metrics, leaving organizations with a lot of time and revenue invested in a project that isn’t pushing towards business and revenue growth. The best way to know if you are successfully reaching your desired outcome is to have a defined metric that measures the impact of a process or technology change.
Here are a few steps that practices need to take to comply with the requirements for Good Faith Estimates.
This is the 3rd installment of the No Surprise Act series where we will take a look at how the rule applies to the emergency setting.
The No Surprises Act (NSA) addresses the situation of what happens when an out-of-network provider sees a patient in an in-network facility.
There may be technical safeguards practices can implement within practice management and billing systems to satisfy these new requirements from the No Surprises Act to avoid any unintentional balance billing; however, there is no guarantee such stopgap systems will catch all potential scenarios.
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