In ICD-10
Apr 28th, 2015
By: Susan Theuns PA-C, CPC, CHC ICD-10 implementation is quickly approaching. For practices using manual superbills/encounter forms, a contingency plan is best practice to ensure an uninterrupted revenue stream for Part B services billing beyond October 1, 2014. Close communication with vendor(s) is critical to ensure that forms will be printed and ready for use ...
If your superbill could talk, what would it want you to know? By Anita Barsalou, CPC Superbills travel to many locations and through many hands during the billing process. Mistakes made are learning experiences you can apply to future claims. Let’s see how two examples of a day in the life of a superbill can ...
Part 3: Billing problems? Consider your charge ticket. by Linda Martien, CPC, CPC-H, CPMA Are you charging for every service you perform? If your practice is like most, the answer is probably “No.” Many estimates suggest a significant portion of annual practice revenue is lost because practices simply do not bill for services and procedures ...
In Billing
Apr 1st, 2014
The process is fairly simple, but it requires time, analysis, and research. By Susan Theuns, PA-C, CPC, CHC ICD-10 implementation is approaching, and many practices are relying on vendors to make sure all of the pieces are in place to “go live.” But what if they aren’t ready? For practices using manual superbills/encounter forms, a ...
In Billing
Feb 3rd, 2014
You went into medicine with the grand idea that you would spend your days helping people, but the reality is much of your time is spent on the business of healthcare. Here are five tips that will make that part of your job a little more productive: 1. Use Advanced Beneficiary Notices (ABNs). The ABN ...