Medical Billing Blogs
In emergency and non-emergency situations where patients seek care from an out-of-network provider (whether intentionally or not), the proposed bill would place a benchmark on the payment amount. While billing problems are often the responsibility of the patient to sort out between the insurer and provider after receiving their bill, this legislation would require the consumers to be taken out of the middle. Medical practices involved would now deal directly with the insurer if an issue during an out-of-network payment arose.
It’s time again to start thinking about the upcoming tax season. What do medical practices need to remember during this time? We’ve put together some important tips to help. First, have an accountant lined up who knows the ever-changing tax landscape and what a medical practice needs to handle each time tax season comes around. If you don’t have a trusted bookkeeper and accountant, see out a referral from someone you trust.
As a medical practice, one of your most important daily tasks involves collecting payments in a timely and efficient manner. A strong revenue cycle with timely billing keeps the practice healthy patent balances manageable. No one likes to receive a bill months after a procedure has been performed. To help you keep up with your billing, we recommend these tips.
VP of Technology and Client Relations – Joe Kubisiak discusses patient payment solutions and how to make this process more efficient for your medical office.
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