EHRs that partner with clearinghouses can alleviate the burdens of medical billing, along with their other software offerings, making it a more robust solution. In this article we’ll cover some of the additional features EHRs can offer by partnering with a clearinghouse.
Sometimes chiropractic billing does not happen smoothly – leading to rejections or unnecessarily long claim reimbursements. Fortunately, chiropractic practices can avoid these inconveniences by following the set chiropractic billing best practices.
By using real-time eligibility, organizations have been able to decrease the collections lost from check-in mishaps, and increase the efficiency of the check-in process, improving the revenue cycle, patient experience, and employee satisfaction. Read on to discover more about real-time eligibility verification and its benefits in the management of a healthcare organization.
You have decided to integrate your dental billing into the dental practice management software (PMS), but what should you choose? There are multiple options, each with different characteristics, support levels, and functionalities. Read on to learn you can integrate your dental billing with dental practice management software.
When it comes to dental billing, knowing what information is and isn’t accurate is not always easy. Here are four common myths surrounding dental billing that may be causing unnecessary complications for your dental practice!
Like all professionals, dental administrators and office managers want to stay up to date with the latest developments in their field. There are plenty of podcasts, blogs, online courses and other resources for news and advice in dental admin responsibilities.
The primary responsibility of a medical biller is to properly file claims to ensure that the medical provider is reimbursed for services rendered. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for billers to make human or electronic errors while entering claim data. As many as 80% of medical bills contain one or more errors that increase the risk of denied claims, and each denied claim means lost revenue. Billers have to deal with two essential elements of medical care – health and money. For this reason, they must check to ensure they make as few mistakes as possible while filing claims. However,