Last updated: June 26, 2020 | Unsure if you should collect copays, deductibles, and coinsurance for telemedicine services? This blog clears that right up for you.
Often times, decisions are determined out of urgency and what you choose can have a long-term effect on patient care and business operations.
There are so many reasons that you can think of that leaves you feeling undecided about forming your own practice.
Surprise medical billing has become a nuisance that extends beyond the traditional concept of being an “out of network” issue.
If your organization is sharing passwords to keep up with the demand of the everyday hustle of healthcare, it doesn’t matter. You have to stop now.
It’s pretty fascinating that when EVERYTHING is due at once, how you manage to get it ALL done, one-time, and without error (pats self on the back)…
A lack of capital to employ proper tech support, being unaware, and having an underestimation of their “small” business being compromised actually are the 3 typical reasons small businesses are neglectful when it comes to cyber attacks.
We’ve seen far too many times big mergers fail to deliver on promises because of elaborate acquisitions. The value of patient care can diminish in these systems because these new alliances are galvanized by dominating markets.
It’s essentially up to each practice if they decide to charge for health records requests. It’s your legal right. The goal is to be fair. Unethical practices can cause unnecessary complaints to HHS (and expose the level of your greed).
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