Medical Billing Blogs
As a leader in cloud-based practice management systems, CareCloud gives you the opportunity to spend less time worrying about patient paperwork and denied claims so you can focus more on providing your patients with the best care possible. It showcases many features and benefits found in other systems on the market, but the unique selling point of CareCloud is its ability to scale with the size of your practice. The customizable platform can fit the need of a small practice through a large-scale enterprise.read more
The highly seasoned experts at Outsource Receivables have a minimum of 5 years of experience in their area of expertise with many possessing over 18 years of experience. Working with our team means your clinic will have the specialized help it needs in all areas of medical billing. Due to our extensive knowledge base, you can be assured your clinic will be up and running in no time.read more
Helping people is the number one reason for doing what you do as a medical provider. However, a close second is getting paid for your services. Getting paid timely and accurately is an essential element of having a successful practice and that success starts with your coding professional.
Due to ongoing changes in CPT codes and the complexities of medicine, inaccurate coding remains one of the main causes of lost revenue for a medical practice. This truth highlights why hiring the right coding professionals, with certifications to fit your practice, is so important.read more
We are often asked how long does it take to implement ORI as our full service medical billing agent. Typically, it takes 30 days from the time of the signed contract to be up and running. If a clinic is starting on a completely new system, it may take up to 90 days. During the implementation of the new system, ORI works with the clinic to ensure everything goes smoothly. Our full-service model is an excellent value for our clients.read more
One change of note affects Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM). This change has been in the works since January of 2018 when it was determined that CPT 99091 did not adequately describe how RPM services are being delivered in today’s world. Released in January, there are now three codes that better reflect technology driven patient monitoring.read more