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If your radiology practice received payments from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Provider Relief Fund (PRF) or a loan under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) in 2020, you are likely aware of the reporting requirements and potential audits looming on the horizon for 2021.
We have summarized the key information you need to know regarding upcoming reporting requirements and audits, as well as how to begin preparing for such obligations.
Medical billing is all about appropriate documentation. With it, anesthesia cases can be billed more quickly with fewer delays in payment. This article is intended to detail the top documentation fields that every anesthesia record should contain.
Outsourced professional billing is common for facility-based practices. How do you know your clinical work is making its way to a claim form?
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.
The primary mode of anesthesia is one of the most mislabeled categories within an anesthesia record. This often leads to underbilling, unnecessary denials and delayed claims’ submission. Let MSN help clarify this important element.
Anesthesia groups who employ their CRNAs have the option to bill their cases as medicallydirected or non-medically directed. This article is intended to explain the difference in both billing models, and to provide guidance to practices as they consider their options.
When performing an anesthetic, there are many clinical services that are provided by anesthesia practitioners. This article is intended to discuss the procedures considered inclusive of the standard anesthesia base unit value, along with items that can be billed under certain circumstances