By Cindy Pittmon, RCC, CHBME, FRBMA
How do I begin to describe my feelings after ending our fall conference? Elation and relief that it went so well, but mostly pride in our members, volunteers, sponsors, exhibitors, and staff...
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Transparent communications with patients about their financial responsibilities is an effective way to share information and answer any billing questions early in the revenue cycle.
By Matt Reiter, HBMA Associate Director of Government Affairs
Many of the popular public health emergency telehealth policies will require Congress to pass new legislation for them to become permanent.
As our ability to treat patients increases, so does the complexity in patient engagement.
Uncomplicating the tangled web of clearinghouse and payer connections.
The right tools at the right time can help an organization thrive despite unprecedented circumstances.
Statement vendor Data Media Associates integrated a pay-by-text and two-way messaging solution in March to great success.
Using digital patient engagement solutions to collect balances and improve customer satisfaction.
For the most part, healthcare organizations understand the importance of proceeding with caution and not posting too much information on social media. Some things are more obvious than others, and most healthcare organizations understand the potential for a HIPAA breach if too much information is impermissibly shared.
By Melody W. Mulaik, MSHS, CRA, RCC, RCC-IR, CPC, COC, FAHRA
It’s that time of year when the new procedure codes are released and everyone is anxious to see the additions, deletions, and revisions to discover how they may impact their clients. 2021 brings significant changes for new and established office visits as well as some key procedural coding changes for some specialties.
From the Road
Have you ever wondered why sometimes it seems that the relationship between medical practices and their billing companies are not on a level playing field? I have, and it leaves me confused as to why relationships deteriorate even when the billing company is producing excellent results.