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07/30/2018

Changes are that you’re losing out on an opportunity to improve your patients’ health and secure additional reimbursement by ignoring the raft of preventive services covered under Medicare. Wrapping a questionnaire into your practice may help solve the problem.

07/30/2018
With the activation of remote patient monitoring code 99091 on Jan. 1, practices now can gain extra dollars by virtually assessing a patient’s health status. But you should pay close attention to the billing requirements to avoid any claims hazards.
07/30/2018
See who is and who isn't getting these free-for-them, lucrative-for-you services. 
07/30/2018

Go the extra mile to run down your patients’ history of annual wellness visits (AWVs) and check off all your billing requirements, including the need for a diagnosis code, to avoid losing out on about $120 per encounter for subsequent AWV code G0439.

07/30/2018

If your EHR vendor is acquired and you don’t like the deal the new owner is giving you, chances are you’ll be pretty much stuck with the deal — so get as much leverage in your contracts as you can.

07/30/2018

No one plans to make a mistake with patient diagnostic tests, but you can plan to avoid it by setting up a process for result review that removes room for error.

07/30/2018

If you’re wondering whether you have a good chance of getting paid for the patient monitoring code 99091, newly unbundled in 2019, the current utilization and denial rates of other remote care codes give you some reason for optimism

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