One in four Americans hold vision coverage with VSP. With so many patients using the program, it’s critical to have credentials in place. How can vision providers ensure they are properly enrolled with the nation's largest payer?
HIPAA, for better or worse, is a part of every healthcare business. It does not matter if your company is a traditional clinic or a cutting-edge AI platform powered by PHI (protected health information). There are different approaches to comply with HIPAA, and organizations as varied as clinics and AI…
The No Surprises Act will affect patients and providers alike when it goes into effect. While the outcome is still unknown, the hope is that patients will be relieved of surprise medical bills without a change to providers’ revenue.
In split/shared billing, the physician should contribute substantively to taking care of the patient and be permitted to bill for it, even if an NPP participates, too.
Electronic claims management adoption increased by an average of 2.3 percentage points as healthcare providers shifted to remote work environments, CAQH reports.
The Biden administration will extend Medicare reimbursement to physicians for certain telehealth services through the end of 2023.
Emergency medicine is facing a host of claims reimbursement updates this year, from looming Medicare payment cuts to new rules about split and critical care visits.
UnitedHealthcare has reprocessed more than 1.6 million claims for COVID-19 vaccines, reimbursing providers for underpayments that stirred controversy late last year.