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Reimbursement and Practice Management

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  • MACRA

    If you only have time to pick up one billing report, let it be your aged trial balance (ATB). This is the report that breaks down your receivables by payer based on time, as well as reporting the total outstanding receivables. Typically, the report presents the data in dollars, as well as percentages.

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  • Business Office Essentials

    If you only have time to pick up one billing report, let it be your aged trial balance (ATB). This is the report that breaks down your receivables by payer based on time, as well as reporting the total outstanding receivables. Typically, the report presents the data in dollars, as well as percentages.

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  • Insurance Denials

    Denied claims are an ugly but common fact of life in every medical practice. Third party payers deny claims or refuse to reimburse for medical care for a number of reasons — some reasonable, others complicated and misunderstood.

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  • Patient Collections

    Patient balances have been notoriously hard to collect medical practices. The future may present added challenges as insurers shift more financial responsibility for medical services to patients. Many medical practices are revamping their revenue cycle strategies by making more efforts to collect.

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  • Revenue Cycle Efficiencies

    It’s critical to recognize that your revenue cycle commences with providers. Converting provider time into efficient quality services in a consistent and comprehensive manner is the beginning of a streamlined revenue cycle

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