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Month: October 2013

10 Key Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Medical Billing Company

Hiring a medical billing company makes sense for many practices, but it’s important to ask the right questions so your practice makes the right choices. Here are some essential questions to ask the companies you’re considering. Here are some essential questions to ask the companies you’re considering. 1. How long have you been working in

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Growing Your Medical Billing Service – Full Speed Ahead

With the advent of ICD-10, there are plenty of opportunities out there for medical billing companies to gain new clients.  But we understand that every minute spent marketing is time away from customers and claims. The good news is that social media and digital publishing mean getting your message out is easier and less expensive

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Medical CRM Boosts Value for Practices and Medical Billers

As a medical billing company, you’ve helped your clients with thorny practice management issues for years. Today, competition is intense and seems more ferocious each day. Fortunately, you can offer your clients Care Relationship Management, a service to help them grow and strengthen their patient relationships. All while boosting your bottom line.  Physicians don’t spend

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Is Cloud-Based Billing Software Really Better?

Imagine enterprise software that’s  easy to install and access — exactly what cloud-based applications are about. Instead of purchasing servers and software and hiring IT experts to install and support them, you subscribe to a software service and pay a monthly fee. This model is similar to your cell phone or internet connection. There are

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10 Changes Coming With ICD-10

The ICD-10 changeover is a year away, and pundits are ramping up their rhetoric. True, there’s a lot of work to be done, but looking at the facts is always helpful. Here are 10 things that will be true starting October 1, 2014: Claims will be denied if they include an ICD-9 code. Because it already

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