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Telehealth Payment Revelations

September 17, 2020 By New England Accounts Receivable Management During the start of the initial outbreak of Covid 19,  billers were delighted that the Government, and most other insurers, came up with very specific guidelines about billing Telehealth visits.  As usual, confusing at first but once confirmed by CMS, all others seemed to follow.  However, as is always the... Continue Reading → Continue Reading →

Graduation Days/Enrollment Nightmares

July 7, 2020 By New England Accounts Receivable Management ALTHOUGH COVID 19 HAS DIMINISHED MUCH OF THE ORDINARY HOOP-LAH SURROUNDING THESE HAPPY AND MONUMENTAL OCCASIONS, MEDICAL SCHOOLS AND PROGRAMS ARE PRESENTING GRADUATES WORTHY OF MUCH APPLAUSE.  CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL WHO HAVE EARNED THEIR DEGREES. As Fellows and Residents move on to join practices, or start their... Continue Reading → Continue Reading →

The Human Touch

February 19, 2018 By New England Accounts Receivable Management Too Good to be True? We are all familiar with the old adage: If something seems too good to be true, it probably is! Over the past few years, many of our clients have discovered this to be especially true when it comes to the bundled... Continue Reading → Continue Reading →

NEW YEAR, NEW RULES

January 18, 2018 By New England Accounts Receivable Management It's always crucial to stay on top of the ever-changing regulatory framework and new policies surrounding medical billing. For example, in the year that just ended, ICD-10 medical coding has been implemented across the industry. That fact may not be headline-making in most walks of life,... Continue Reading → Continue Reading →

Resolve to Improve in These Key Practice Areas

It’s that time of year again. As 2018 is winding down, many of us are looking back over the preceding 12 months to reflect upon the ups and downs, the wisdom acquired and the lessons learned. If you run your own medical practice, such a review will likely lead you to identity what worked in your current approach and what didn’t, particularly when it comes to billing and claims reimbursements.

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Medicare ID Cards: Proactive vs Reactive

June 11, 2018 By DIANE DESANTIS I have given much thought as to how Physician practices can relieve the anticipated stress, work overload and revenue reduction that potentially will be caused by the change in patient Medicare ID numbers. Since I believe that the affected population may have some difficulty in providing the new numbers… Continue Reading →

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New Medicare Beneficiary ID Cards

April 25, 2018 By DIANE DESANTIS Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has begun the process of issuing new beneficiary cards (MBI) and has started mailing April 2, 2018 and will continue to April, 2019. The new cards will be mailed by geographic areas in phases. This change will GREATLY IMPACT YOUR REVENUE if… Continue Reading →

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MassHealth Referrals

March 20, 2017 BY LEANNE WRIGHT Starting next week we need to make sure that MassHealth patients enrolled in managed care plans and have referrals are being billed with the PCP as the Referring MD provider. In the past as long as the referral number is attached, they’ve processed. Now we Also need to make… Continue Reading →

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