In Billing
Aug 6th, 2014
You can improve the turnaround time it takes to get claims paid by avoiding this common billing taboo: Don’t report the same procedure code on multiple lines to account for units of service. There’s a more efficient billing method that will help your correctly coded claims sail through adjudication. The keys to success are Medically Unlikely Units (MUE) and modifiers. MUEs ...
May 1st, 2010
By LuAnn Jenkins, CPMA, CPC, CEMC, CFPC In 1992, the “global surgery” concept was introduced under the Resource Based Relative Value Unit System (RBRVS) and payment policy. Medicare adopted this method to control costs and to pay providers based on the value of services provided before, during, and after surgical procedures. Many commercial payers also ...