5 Advantages of Outsourcing Oncology Medical Billing
In-House vs. Outsourced Medical Billing: Pros and Cons
Healthcare billing has been one of your worries lately? Are you confused between choosing in-house and outsourced medical billing? Read this article further to understand the pros and cons of in-house and outsourced medical billing:
The Process of Outsourcing to Medical Billing Companies in California
Ebbing with the current healthcare industry can be challenging, especially if you are doing business in California. Even when you have talented and capable staff, changes in policy can make staying in compliance tricky and time-consuming.
8 Advantages Associated With Medical Billing Outsourcing
Most doctors opt for in-house medical billing because they believe it is economical, controllable, and reliable. However, most often, in-house medical billing will not reimburse the revenue despite having a massive clientele. Instead, why not outsource your medical billing and fetch better benefits? Check out the 8 advantages of outsourcing medical billing.
The No Surprises Act- The Future of Medical Billing
How to Prevent the Top Five Medical Billing Denials
5 Ways to Boost Your Medical Practice Revenue
If you are a medical practitioner in Brea California and you want to boost your medical practice revenue, this article is a must read!
Enhance your clientele: First up, revenue will increase when patient-population increases! Known fact! Staying connected is the mantra today. Connect with your clients via twitter/facebook/instagram and gently push reminders, health notifications, follow-up appointments and the like. This will enhance your connect and credibility with your patients! Following can lead to liking, liking can lead to sharing!
Changes from Optum, How are you affected?
Many wise individuals have said, “The only constant thing in life is change!” This same phrase applies to the healthcare industry. Recently, Optum announced major changes/ updates to the member service coverage in a plan designed for members of United Healthcare’s (UHC) fully insured plans. Effective July 1st 2021 , Optum fully insured plans will exclude benefits provided to members outside of their service area as defined in their member certificate of coverage. This change applies to medical and behavioral health services (Psychiatric and/or Substance Use) and impacts services that are already subject to prior authorization. This change in coverage is causing providers all across the nation to ask questions of how this will impact their patients, their businesses and their future!