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Did the physician insert a pacemaker or pacing cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD)? Did the pacemaker...

By Lisa Eramo | 01/25/12
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“Medicare pays primary care clinicians for Behavioral Health services? Since when?” Here's a...

By Betsy Nicoletti | 01/09/12
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"Isn’t the surgeon paid to do the pre-op visit? My schedule is filled with pre-operative exams...

By Betsy Nicoletti | 01/03/12
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Today, patients are responsible for much larger portions of their medical bills. Copayments are on...

By Elizabeth Woodcock | 07/11/11
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In earlier Kareo newsletters, you have read about tracking your denials by major reason.  In early...

By Sara Larch | 06/13/11
Revenue | Article

Every medical practice experiences claim denials.  Better performing practices have denial rates...

By Sara Larch | 03/09/11
Compliance | Article

Physician practices and hospitals know a change is coming on October 1, 2013, that will...

By Nancy Maguire | 03/09/11
Management | Article

Under the Social Security Act, Medicare establishes a national fee schedule for physicians based...

By Bhagwan Satiani | 02/09/11
Revenue | Article

In general, people intend to honor their debts. Others, of course, are not as responsible. In...

By Kathy McCoy | 02/07/11
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When you collect a co-payment, you know it’s in your contract with your payer. However, it’s not...

By Kathy McCoy | 01/24/11
Management | Article

2011 brings significant challenges for professional fee billing. With medical reimbursements...

By Elizabeth Woodcock | 12/20/10
Revenue | Article

In today’s challenging reimbursement era, there seems to be no end in sight to the complexities of...

By Elizabeth Woodcock | 10/11/10
Revenue | Article

Appealing denied claims used to be a simple process. A biller working with a physician's office...

By Elizabeth Woodcock | 08/03/10