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Proposed Physician Fee Schedule Changes for 2024

Proposed Physician Fee Schedule Changes for 2024

It’s that time of year again! A new proposed rule dropped this month from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) regarding physician fee schedules and Medicare shared savings for Calendar Year (CY) 2024. As always, the proposed rule is merely an indication of what may be finalized in November.

Supporting Physicians Through Supportive Technology

Supporting Physicians Through Supportive Technology

Having a basic fund of technology knowledge will allow physicians to make informed decisions and effectively communicate their needs with their staff and with Health IT representatives. Unfortunately, most medical schools don’t prepare physicians for technology conversations.

Revolutionizing Healthcare Access for Men: The Power of Healthcare Banking

Revolutionizing Healthcare Access for Men: The Power of Healthcare Banking

Men’s Health Week is June 12-18th. In today’s fast-paced world, access to affordable healthcare has become an increasingly pressing issue for many individuals, including men. With rising medical costs and limited insurance coverage, men often find themselves facing financial barriers when it comes to seeking essential healthcare services.

Resource Refresh

Resource Refresh

As many of us come upon the end of our fiscal year it’s a great time to refresh the resource library that our staff has access to. Updating these documents doesn’t have to be painful. Delegate to trusted team members and then meet as a team disseminate the updated information.

National Women’s Health Week: Addressing Women’s Health Needs

National Women’s Health Week: Addressing Women’s Health Needs

National Women’s Health Week, established in 1991, is an annual observance that aims to encourage women to prioritize their health and well-being. This also sheds light on how access to affordable healthcare is a fundamental aspect of ensuring the well-being and empowerment of women.

Accounts Receivables A/R Follow-Up: Strategies & Importance

Accounts Receivables A/R Follow-Up: Strategies & Importance

Accounts receivable is often one of the most important areas of revenue cycle management as it represents potential money. In fact, A/R is considered an asset for that reason. The challenging part is that if A/R is not followed-up with quickly enough it can become a liability for the organization instead. Non-federal payers typically have timely filing/appeal limits between 120 – 180 days on average. When A/R ages beyond that it largely becomes uncollectable.

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