CPT Coding – Forever Changing. I’ll assume if you’re reading this blog that your already somewhat familiar with CPT Codes (Current Procedural Terminology.) The first publication of the CPT Code was back in 1966 through American Medical Association (AMA).
Medicaid Fraud So in case you missed it last month, Agency for Healthcare Administration (AHCA) announced the selection of of Chris M. Presley, a Law Enforcement Investigator in the Office of the Attorney General, as the winner of the 2017
Many practices and facilities accept state Medicaid. After enrolling with Medicaid they begin seeing patients. Shortly thereafter, they may realize they’ve made a grave mistake as they didn’t enroll with ALL Medicaid products and now are not being paid for
Should you be an entrepreneur and start your own practice or should you be hospital (or group) employed? For some physicians, the answer is crystal clear – you want to start your own practice. The process of starting a practice
For me, as an expert medical biller, this is the hardest question to answer. Medical billing has so many intricacies and learning the ins and outs is an incredible task. Simply stated, it’s learning another language. Following the list below
Why aren’t you outsourcing the credentialing and provider enrollment process to a professional credentialing company? For today’s practicing provider’s, there is so much to do and the “business of the practice” needs special attention. Keeping abreast of the multitude of
We’ve all seen Wells Fargo in the news this week for creating thousands of fraudulent accounts. The bank was fined $185 million dollars for improper and illegal sales tactics on behalf of it’s employees. While one could argue that the bank, at its highest level, must have known this was going on, others would argue the bank, as an organization, couldn’t have known. Knowing what your employees are doing,