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Healthcare RCM Service Provider

5 Steps to Normalize Your Healthcare Revenue Stream

For any successful business, steady cash flow is the most important element. Likewise, in the healthcare industry, maintaining a steady cash flow is even more important.

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3 Practical Tips on Denial Management

3 Practical Tips on Denial Management

Healthcare denial claims are a tricky process to handle. There has to be a proper system in place to maximize the efficiency to handle denied claims. To process the denied claims correctly, one must first identify the income lost. Once this is done, you should start an effective medical claims management service for handling claims.

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5 Digital Transformation Trends in Healthcare for 2019

In every industry, there is a lot of digital transformation happening and the Healthcare industry is no excuse!  A decade ago when you schedule a doctor’s appointment you would have to wait for a long time before you meet the doctor. If any tests were done, you would have to go back and come after a couple of hours to get the results.

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5 Signs It's Time to Outsource Your Healthcare RCM

5 Signs It’s Time to Outsource Your Healthcare RCM

Most practices outsource their transcription or payroll services to well known outsourcing companies for many beneficial reasons. But, when it comes to outsourcing Revenue Cycle Management services you may think twice if it is going to be worth it or not.

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Importance of Charge Entry in Medical Billing

Importance of Charge Entry in Medical Billing

Charge entry is a vital process in the medical billing cycle. It is the process of entering important inputs and details to enable claims processing. All data that are entered should be error-free and in an approved manner.

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Medical Billing and Revenue Cycle Management Trends in 2019

Medical Billing and Revenue Cycle Management Trends in 2019

When it comes to revenue cycle management (RCM), there are a series of complex steps – patient scheduling and insurance verification, medical coding services, charge entry, claim checking, payment processing, denial management, AR follow up, patient statements and quality & audit.

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